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HATEMONGERS SMEAR PATRIOTS 
WHO WARN NATION OF DEFEAT! 

World War III threatens security and sovereignty of nation; 
Hope fast dwindling for United States victory and survival! 

CHARACTER-ASSASSINATION SABOTAGING NATION'S DEFENSE! 




by BENJAMIN H. FREEDMAN 
Founder 19-16, Leacue Fon Peace With Justice In Palestine 

Defeat for the United States is inescapable 
| in World War III unless steps are soon taken to 
! regain and retain the former friendship for this 
nation of the peoples of Asia and Africa before 
that war breaks out. The United States collusion 
J JnOhe. Zionist ,1948,revolution.againstJ > alestuie- * - 
i was unjustified, unwarranted and unprovoked^ 
[ and it lost the United States as allies in World \ 
! War III the 500,000,000 Moslems and 500,000,0flto \ 
of other beliefs in Asia and Africa. That indefen\ \ 
sible and inexcusable collusion by United States\ \ 
hinders this nation's free access to the natural \J 
resources of Asia and Africa vital to victory in 
World War III and denies to this nation the use 
BWX , „„ „, of the strategic areas in Asia and Africa indis- 

BENJAMIN H. HIEEDMAN pensible to defend tj^J ^^ ^ ^^ 

The United States is about to trigger World War III by landing armed forces 
in Lebanon in violation of international law and the United Nations Charter. 

On the day United States armed forces go into action in the Middle 
East under non-secret or secret deals with U.S.A. Zionists the curtain will 
rise on the first act of World War III figuratively and literally. On that 
day the Soviet Union will not be sitting idly by on the side-lines as one of 
the disinterested onlookers Judging by the historic ultimatum they issued 
in the Middle East in 1956 when the armed forces of Great Britain and 
France acted similarly against Egypt without justification or provocation 
under international law or under provisions of the United Nations Charter. 

These hatemongers preach and practice their unique method of character- 
assassination against the nations courageous and self-sacrificing patriots as 
a defense strategy devised by them expressly to circumvent their exposure. 
The hatemongers' brain-washing apparatus practices the well-known mili- 
tary strategy that the offense is the best defense The hatemongers smear 
the nation's patriots with the hatemongers' "anti-Semitism** smear with the 
full force of the hatemongers' brain-washing apparatus to discredit this 
nation's patriots in the eyes of the nation before they awaken the nation to 
the nation's danger. The hatemongers' "anti-Semitism" smear is the hate- 
k jnongersl unique method for discrediting the nation's patriots in the eyes of 
the nation; a method the hatemongers nave thus far found invincible and 
invulnerable. How much longer will this nation stand for this sabotage? 

The unwarranted persecution maliciously inflicted on me without inter- 
ruption since 1945 by the hatemongers' brain-washing apparatus because 
I defied them to tell the nation facts the hatemongers ordered me not to 
tell the nation, challenges the traditional civil liberties guaranteed by the 
Constitution equally to every man, woman and child in the United States, 
the right of free speech, the right of freedom of the press, and the right 
of peaceful assembly, without the fear of persecution by the hatemongers* 
brain-washing apparatus with the hatemongers' "anti-Semitism" smear. 
Unless public opinion is sufficiently aroused to take measures restraining 
the hatemongers' brain-washing apparatus it will not be long before the 
nation finds it has lost its traditional franchise to freely practice these 
rights without which this nation will soon sink into the depths of defeat. 

I promptly proceeded to tell the nation everything I knew of the 
dangers as the facts which follow here substantiate. In 1946 for the first 
time I was very summarily ordered by a hatemonger*s duly delegated repre- 
sentative not to tell the nation any further facts concerning this situation. 
I summarily refused to remain silent Thereupon the hatemongers* brain- 
washing apparatus was turned loose on me to an extent never before ex- 
perienced by anyone. Every media for the control of public opinion hurled 
the hatemongers* "anti-Semitism" smear at me around-the-clock from coast- 
to-coast. Behind the hatemongers' brain-washing apparatus stood the Wnal 
B'rith, Anti-defamation League of Knai B'rith, American Jewish Com- 



mittee, American Jewish Congress, World Zionist Organization and their 
countless affiliates and subsidiaries inciting vicious persecution by them. 

My single-handed struggle against the hatemongers' brain-washing 
apparatus was waged by me as a lone-crusader since 1945 not by my choice 
but by necessity. From 1945 on the hatemongers* brain-washing apparatus 
continued spending millions of dollars to discredit me in the eyes of the 
nation with their anti-Semitism" smear" as their most vicious invective of 
all their vicious character-assassination invectives. From 1945 to date the 
~hatem1>n#ers*~"aln^^ quaranUnea^meTThe "guilt 

by association" fear felt by this nation for the hatemongers' "anti-Semitism" 
smear practically isolated me. I must confess that at various times I did 
feel discouraged, depressed and disgusted but I really never felt defeated. 

My ability to hold my own single-handed against the onslaught of the 
hatemongers* brain-washing apparatus is proof to me that this nation can 
still win against them if the nation's courageous and self-sacrificing patriots 
will make up their minds to fight side-by-side and not like "lone-eagles" 
as in the past. Once upon a time the motto of this nation was "one for all 
and all for one." That policy pulled this nation out of many holes in the 
past It can do so again! Why not try it again? This H nation can always be 
depended upon to put up a winning fight if the issues are honestly ex- 
plained. If the nation prefers to follow the policy that "ignorance is bliss" 
and "it is folly to be wise" the control of this nation by the hatemongers* 
brain-washing apparatus as matter of course will grow, and grow, and grow! 

The fear of the hatemongers' "anti-Semitism" smear silences millions 
each and every day in the United States, Potential patriots fear to express 
what is on their minds for fear of the hatemongers' "anti-Semitism*' smear. 
It is indeed a strange paradox and a sad commentary that in this literate 
nation ignorance about the origin of "anti-Semitism" is responsible for this 
condition. That knowledge will quickly enable the nation once again to 
enjoy three traditional rights which they can no longer enjoy, freedom •£ 
speech, freedom of the press, and freedom of assembly, without fear of Mb 
hatemongers' "anti-Semitism" smear to hinder free exercise of these rignrs. 

These vicious hatemongers have now developed their "anti-Semitism" 
smear into the most deadly weapon in their arsenal of character-assassina- 
tion weapons. The hatemongers' anti-Semitism" smear outstandingly demon- 
strated its matchless power to discredit the nation's patriots in the eyes 
of the nation. This fear of the hatemongers' "anti-Semitism" smear has made 
this nation a nation of cowards but not without some justification on the part 
of these cowards. To them survival is still their Firrf Law of Nature. They 
know how this hatemongers' "anti-Semitism" smear ruins patriots in business 
in professions, and in politics. This vicious vengeance must be stopped nowl 

This fear of the hatemongers* "anti-Semitism" smears will rapidly and 
forever disappear if religious leaders, educators and editors undertake to 
enlighten the nation on this subject, and if they themselves will stop using 
the hatemongers' "anti-Semitism ' smear-word altogether commencing now. 
They are all so well educated on this subject. They were taught all the 
facts. Has the fear of the hatemongers' "anti-Semitism" smear made cow- 
ards too of the nation's religious leaders, educators and editors? They 
appear to fear the hatemongers' "anti-Semitism" smear just as much as 

Sersons in business, in professions, and in politics. Now to whom then can 
le nation turn to learn the "facts of life about the hatemongers* "anti- 
Semitism" smear? Do they consider this a nation of dupes or dopes or both? 

This nation little realizes and much less understands that today the most 
vicious hatemongers in the United States are B'nai B'rith, Anti-defamation 
League of B'nai B'rith, American Jewish Committee, American Jewish Con- 
gress, World Zionist Organization and all their affiliates and subsidiaries. 
These hatemongers preach and practice their unique method of character- 
assassination against this nations courageous and self-sacrificing patriots 
who ignore all consequences to themselves to tell the nation facts too long 
suppressed by the hatemongers for the good of the nation; the whole truth 
about their purposes, about their policies and about their programs. These 
courageous and self-sacrificing patriots cannot by any stretch oTthe imagin- 



tion be considered hatemongers in the literal sense of that word. These 
vicious hatemongers smear these courageous and self-sacrificing patriots as 
"hatemongers" with their brain-washing apparatus as their defense strategy* 
V to direct public attention away from the fact that it is they themselves who 
are the hatemongers masquerading in various disguises to conceal that fact. 

The most vicious hatemongers in the United States to my knowledge 
have concentrated their brain-washing operations in the most formidable 
brain-washing apparatus in world history. In the United States today these 
hatemongers control the news columns and editorial policies of the nation's 
leading newspapers, they control the programs of all television and radio 
networks, they control all production and exhibition of motion-pictures, 
and they control the leading publishers of magazines and books of all types. 
These hatemongers have made public opinion in the United States their 
prisoner with control by them of this unprecedented and unparalleled 
- brain-washing apparatus. This situation poses a threat to the security of the 
nation because the public is kept in ignorance of the real issues involved. 

The nations' courageous and self-sacrificing patriots do not deny they 
hate certain things but with some justification for their feelings. They make 
no secret of the fact they hate Marxism, Communism, Bolshevism, Fabian- 
ism, atheism, anarchism and each of the many camouflaged other versions 
of Marxist "isms", all masquerading in a variety of disguises with innocu- 
ous titles under which they parade themselves before a totally unsuspecting 
nation. The nation owes to these courageous and self-sacrificing patriots a 
greater debt than can ever be repaid to them. The nation's gratitude is 
Far from sufficient to liquidate that liability. The nation must search for 
and find a way to inspire these patriots to go on hating Marxists ideologies 
more, and more, and morel These patriots are not easily fooled by the de- 
ceptions practiced by Marxists to infiltrate into unsuspecting places in our 
fragmented society further to disorganize and to disintegrate our complex - 
political, social and economic structure as the nation ignores their warnings. 

These hatemongers fear only one thing. They fear the truth. They have 
a deadly fear that the nation's courageous and self-sacrificing patriots may 
some day succeed in opening the eyes of the nation,*For many years these 
hatemongers have been using their brain-washing apparatus and their "anti- 
Semitism smear to suppress many facts about themselves for obvious 
reasons. The nation should now exercise its right to investigate B'nai B'rith, 
Anti-defamation League of B'nai B'rith, American Jewish Committee,, 
America Jewish Congress, World Zionist Organization and their countless 
affiliates and subsidiaries to the same extent and in the same manner that 
these hatemongers use the full impact jof their brain-washing apparatus to J 
compel "investigations" of the nation's patriots only to harass them and 
thereby to exhaust their precious time and their little money in self-defense. 

In 1945 for the first time I learned about the Zionist conspiracy to 
transform Palestine into a synthetic Zionist so-called "sovereign Jewish 
state" by "hook or crook" and "come hell or high water." The ramifications 
of the Zionist conspiracy staggered my imagination as they were unfolded 
to me in 1945. The implications, inferences and innuendos of the Zionist 
conspiracy shocked me out of my post-war complacency at the close of 
World War II. The Zionist conspiracy for aggression in the Middle East 
convinced me in 1945 that Zionist aggression in Palestine would trigger 
World War III in the not very distant future. I acted upon my duty to tell 
the nation this fact for security reasons. In my considered judgment the 
fate of the nation and the destiny of mankind were threatened by the 
world-wide ramifications of the "plot to create in Palestine a synthetic 
Zionist so-called "sovereign Jewish state" by the use of force and violence. 

The literal meaning of "anti-Semitism", as the prefix "anti" signifies, 
must mean the opposite extreme of the literal meaning of "Semitism. ' That 
must follow. It also follows that to understand the literal meaning of 
"anti-Semitism" it is first necesary to understand the literal meaning of 
"Semitism," The word "Semitism" is a word invented only late in the 18th 
century. The word "Semitism" is a word invented by a Swiss historian 
seeking to coin a new word to denote and designate the civilization and 
culture of the ancient so-called "Semites" for which no word then existed. 

The word "anti-Semitism" is literally 'a word without meaning or 
sense. The word "anti-Semitism" was invented only late in the 19th cen- 
tury by followers of Karl Marx in eastern Europe, Late in the 19th cen- 
tury the early organized followers of Karl Marx founded the first Marxist 
organization in the history of Marxism dedicated to implementing the 
original Karl Marx program for the world-wide Marxist revolution. This 
first Marxist organization was founded in Poland in 1893 by a small group 
of so-called "Jews" who then unconditionally restricted the membership 
exclusively to so-called "Jews" among the working classes in eastern Europe. 

This first Marxist organization was called the Bund by its founders. 
This first Marxist organization became the "spearhead" of the world-wide 
Marxist network seeking since 1893 to implement by force and violence 
or by subversion the well-known Karl Marx program for a world-wide revo- 
lution, as indicated by incontrovertible documentary proof and a plentitude 
of other evidence in national archives, the files of the Encyclopedia Brit- 
anica, and documented data of leading research specialists on this subject. 

Shortly after the first organized efforts by organized Marxist revo- 
lutionists in eastern Europe to implement the Karl Marx program, 'they 
found it necessary to invent the word "anti-Semitism" as a defense meas- 
ure for strategic reasons. ,The first organized Marxist revolutionists were 
forced to defend themselves in eastern' Europe against (he rapidly rising 
tide of Cliristian opposition to the growing threat of Marxism to eastern 
Europe in particular. The members of the Marxist Bund were compelled to 
continue their efforts more discretely behind the smoke-screen of the word 
"anti-Semitism," For reasons which are easily understood by Christians, 
the Marxist revolutionists continued using the word "anti-Semitism" with 
great success as a smoke-screen to meet their needs for a defense strategy. 

The brain-washing apparatus of the Marxist revolutionists in eastern 
Europe proceeded to brain-wash Christian nations throughout the world 
that Christian opposition to Marxism was "anti-Semitism and that "anti- 
Semitism" was Christian intolerance towards so-called "Jews" solely for re- 
ligous reasons. Christians antagonism to so-called "Jews" in eastern Europe 
at that time was not based upon religious intolerance but upon the fact 
that at that time Marxists in eastern Europe were so-called "Jews." At the 
same time and in the same manner Christian antagonism developed to- 
wards Moslems, Hindus, Buddhists and Confucians who happened also to 
be Marxists. That antagonism was not religious intolerance at all. Chris- 
tians felt the same for the same reason towards all Marxist revolutionists 
without any interest in their religious faiths as so-called "Jews" well knew. 

The word "anti-Semitism" is totally meaningless and completely sense- 
less to denote or designate alleged Christian intolerance or antagonism 
towards so-called "Jews" based upon their religous belief. By the same 
token the word "anti-Semitism" is equally meaningless and senseless to 
denote or designate alleged Christian intolerance or antagonism towards 



Marxists because they also happen to be so-called "Jews" and vice-versa. 
Karl Marx's earliest followers in eastern Europe invented the word "anti- 
Semitism" solely as a defense measure to stigmatize Christian opposition 
to Marxism as Christian "religious intolerance. The literal meaning of the 
word "anti-Semitism" makes it the height of absurdity and of stupidity to 
^.associate Christian intolerance for Marxist revolutionists with alleged 
Christian intolerance for so-called "Jews" based solely upon their' religion. 
So-called "Jews" now claim "Judaism" and Marxism have a common origin. 

The 19th century invention of the word "anti-Semitism" by so-called 
"Jews" who were also Marxists created a word that is h'terally meaning- 
less and senseless. The word "anti-Semitism" by any stretch of the imagina- 
tion cannot mean what the hatemongers have brain-washed the nation 
to believe it means. Thejiatemongers* brara-washing apparatus has given 
the word "anti-Semitism" an implication, an inference and an innuendo 
totally foreign to the literal meaning of "anti-Semitism." There is a literal 
meaning to the word "anti-Semitism* but that meaning is totally in conflict 
with the implication, the inference and the innuendo the hatemongers* 
brain-washing apparatus has succeeded in giving the word "anti-Semitism." 

The ancient so-called "Semites"were the legendary descendents of 
Shem. Shem was one of Noah's three sons. Shem was the name of this son 
of Noah in the so-called "Semitic" language then spoken in Shem's homeland 
at the time of his birth in the very remote past With the passage of count- 
less thousands of years the name Shem became "Sem" in the Greek and 
Latin languages. With the passage of further years modem theologians 
and historians referred to the legendary descendants of Shem as "Semites" 
not as Shemites. Similarly Shemitism became "Semitism" Shemitic became 
"Semitic", and Shemite became "Semite" and they thus have since remained. 

The words "Semite", "Semites", "Semitic" and "Semitism" were not 
"invented to denote or designate race, religion or national origin by impli- 
cation, inference, innuendo or otherwise. These words were invented solely 
to denote or designate in a geographic sense tho inhabitants of a specific 
geographic region, in this case the Middle East's several million square 
miles joining together the continents of Europe, Asia and Africa. The 
ancient so-called "Semites" who inhabited that region throughout history 
included persons and nations of many races, many religions and many 
national origins. These words were not invented to denote or designate 
physical, mental or cultural characteristics typical of any one race, cere- 
monial rituals characterizing one religious faith, or the historic ancestry 
or national origin of a world-wide religious sect claiming common ancestry. 

The ancient so-called "Semites" who inhabited the Middle East's sev- 
eral million square mile region joining together the continents of Europe, 
Asia and Africa throughout their long history spoke 43 so-called "Semitic" 



throughout the ages. The word "Semitic" literally and solely denotes and 
designates the languages spoken by past and present so-called "Semites" 
without insinuating race, religion or national origin by implication, infer- 
ence, or inuendo as a misleading new meaning for its true ancient meaning. 

In passing it may, be of interest to mention here that the modern 
English word 'Hebrew" is a modern English word invented to denote and 
designate the ancient so-called "Semitic* language spoken by the ancient 
Canaanites at the time Joshua and 600,000 Egyptian exiles invaded Canaan 
about 1200 B.C. After wandering in the Sinai desert for 40 years as im- 
poverished and derelict nomads searching for a more promising region 
in which to settle permanently, Joshua and 600,000 Egyptians invaded 
Canaan and settled there after a long and bitter war for 200 years against 
tho Canaanites who had done nothing to provoke the invasion or conquest. 

After living a primative existence in the Sinai desert for 40 years, 
Joshua and the 600,000 Egyptian exiles lost much of the culture and many 
of the customs they took with 'them when they departed from Egypt 
They retained a very limited Egyptian vocabulary out no written form 
for the language they then spoke. At this period in history the Egyptian 
language used nieroglyphic pictures and cuneiform characters with which 
they preserved for posterity permanent records of their spoken language. 

Canaan was not very far to the North of the Sinai desert where Joshua 
and 600,000 Egyptian exiles wandered for 40 years. At that period in 
history Canaan was the wealthiest so-called "Semite" nation in the vast 
Middle East region and enjoyed the most highly developed culture of all 
so-called "Semite" nations. The Canaanites possessed a language with the n 
most extensive vocabulary of all so-called Semitic" languages with one % 
of the world's early modem alphabets, a modified form of the Assyrian ■ 
alphabet, the first-bom of modem alphabets at the dawn of civilization. 

After the conquest of Canaan, Joshua and the 600,000 Egyptian exiles 
quickly mastered the extensive vocabulary of the Canaanite language and 
made it their new language known since as the so-called "Hebrew" lan- 
guage. Joshua and the 600,000 Egyptian exiles also quickly mastered the 
Canaanite alphabet and made it their alphabet, the first written form for 
any language ever spoken by them and known now as the so-called "He- 
brew" alphabet, the only language and alphabet so known in world history. 

Any reference today to a so-called "Hebrew" language, is in fact a 
modem reference to the ancient so-called "Semitic" language then spoken by 
Canaanites, and any reference today to a so-called "Hebrew" alphabet 
is in fact a reference to the ancient so-called "Semitic" alphabet of the 
ancient Canaanites for centuries prior to the conquest of Canaan by 
Joshua about 1200 B.C. notwithstanding around-the-clock brainwashing 
to the contrary by tho hatemongers* brain-washing apparatus for obvious 
reasons; the game of giving new names to old products to fool the public! 

The modern English word "Hebrew" comes from the ancient so-called 
"Semitic" word "ibrai." The literal meaning of the so-called "Semitic" word 
"ibrai" is "a from over on the other sider.* The ancient so-called "Semites" 
used the word "ibrai" to denote or designate as immigrants persons emi- 
grating to make their permanent residence in another country, "a from 
over on the other sider* of a mountain range, a lake, a river, or a sea. The 
ancient so-called "Semites" used the word "ibrai" in its plural sense to 
denote or designate aggressor nations as invaders in the sense invading 
nations in effect were immigrants collectively and were thus so described. 

The first mention of the word "Hebrew" in the English modem trans- 
lations of the Old Testament is the mention there of Abraham for the first 
time as a so-called "Hebrew," In the ancient Old Testament original scrolls 
Abraham is mentioned as "Abram ibrai" in the same verse ho is mentioned 
as a so-called 'Hebrew" in the English modem translations. The world's 
greatest Scriptural authorities among philologists and etymologists, and 
eminent theologians and historians, translate the ancient so-called "Semitic" 
term "Abram ibrai" as "Abraham the immigrant" their authentic translation, 



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Abraham of Bible fame immigrated from his homeland in Chaldea 
mto Canaan about 1900 B.C. Erst entering Canaan from across the Taurus 
Mountains which separated Chaldea from Canaan thus becoming to the 
Canaanites "a from over on the other sider." The modern English word 

Hebrew is meaningless and senseless to convey the impression that Abra- 
ham immigrated from his homeland in Chaldea into Canaan. Abraham of 
Bible fame became "a from over on the other sider" when he first arrived 
in Canaan as an "ibrai." The original Old Testament ancient manuscripts 
so describe Abraham. In 1200 B.C. when Joshua and 600,000 Egyptian 
exiles invaded Canaan they also became "ibrai" but in the plural sense 
of that word. The plural sense of "ibrai" is applied to nations as invaders 
* I?? 11 / 1 a a ? d the 600 » 000 Egyptian exiles thus became the first so-called 

Hebrew nation in history when they invaded Canaan, a nation "from 
over on the other side", a word never used that way before in all history. 

The word "Hebrew" in English is a word of modern vintage. The 
description of Joshua and the 600,000 Egyptian exiles who conquered 
Canaan as a so-called "Hebrew" nation is the first mention in the English 
language of a so-called "Hebrew" nation as such. From time immemorial 
back unto the time when the memory of man runneth not to the countrary" 
there are no earlier records in the history of the world indicating the prior 
existence of a so-called "Hebrow" nation, a so-called "Hebrew" race a 
so-called^Hebrew" religion, a so-called "Hebrew" language" or a so-called 
Hebrew alphabet in the sense given to the word by brain-washing today. 

This nation has been brain-washed by the hatemongers' brain-washing 
apparatus into believing that at some remote time in ancient history the 
modern English word Hebrew" denoted or designated then an ancient 
so-called Hebrew" nation, an ancient so-called "Hebrew" race, an ancient 
so-called "Hebrew" religion, an ancient so-called "Hebrew" language, 
and an ancient so-called Hebrew" alphabet. All are now contradicted by 
countless incontestible historic facts notwithstanding endless brain-washing 
so to the contrary now put out by the hatemongers' brain-washing apparatus. 

Abraham neither discovered nor invented monotheism, the belief in 
an invisible, omnipotent and eternal deity notwithstanding brain-washing 
to the contrary by the hate-mongers' brain-washing apparatus for reasons 
too obvious to caU for explanation here and now. For many thousand years 
prior to Abraham's conversion to belief in an invisible, omnipotent and 
eternal deity known then as the worship of Yaweh, monotheism was 
blooming and booming among the so-called "Semites" in the extensive 
Middle East region of several million square miles joining together the 
continents of Europe, Asia and Africa as 20th century discoveries establish. 

For at least 100 generations during the several thousand years im- 
^n^i 6 ^ P'^pedrog Abraham's historic immigration into Canaan about 
1000 B.C. millions of so-called "Semites" in each of these 100 or more 
generations made their homes in the extensive Middle East region of the 
several million square miles which join together the continents of Europe, 
Asia and Africa. From time immemorial, from "the time when the memory 
of man runneth not to the contrary", until the 20th century that extensive 
several million square mile Middle East region joining with each other 
the continents of Europe, Asia and Africa was without interruption solely 
the homeland of so-called "Semite" nations notwithstanding brain-washing 
to the contrary by the hatemongers' brain-washing apparatus to justify 
Zionist infiltration into Palestine since 1920 and the 1948 rebellion for 
establishment there >y force and violence of the synthetic Zionist so- 
called sovereign Jewish state" for which no justification has'eoer existedl 

For at least these 100 generations during the several thousand years 
immediately preceding the conversion then of Abraham from phallic worship 
to monotheism m hi s \^ age ^y ^ so . ca n e( i "Semites" among whom 
Abraham settled, today it is recognized by all leading theologians and his- 
toriansjhat monotheism during that period was widely practiced by so- 
called "Semites" throughout this extensive region. This extensive Middle 
East region is today recognized by leading theologians and historians as 
the cradle of monotheism for thousands of years prior to the time of 
Abrahams conversion to the worship of Yaweh, about 1900 B.C., the 
modem worship of Jehovah, the first organized recognition by mankind 
of an invisible, omnipotent and eternal deity in the history of monotheism. 

In 1945 I was invited to join American Council for Judaism by several 
prominent members. In 1945 American Council for Judaism took the 
position that so-called "Judaism" was a religious faith and only a religious 
faith. In 1945 American Council for Judaism likewise took die position that 
persons professing so-called "Judaism" as their religious faith did not 
solely by operation of that fact thereby become members of a mythical 
and mystical ancient so-called "Jewish race" and by the same token also 
become citizens of a mythical and mystical ancient so-called "Jewish 
nation. I fully subscribe to the position taken by American Council for 
Judiasm on that question because it is supported by incontestible proof. 

Consistent and compatible with their incontestible knowledge on 
this subject American Council for Judaism in 1945 publicly expressed very 
strong objections to the plan to transform Palestine into a synthetic Zionist 
so-called "sovereign Jewish state." American Council for Judaism did not 
hesitate to indicate their opposition wherever and whenever the oppor- 
tunity presented itself. This however was not very often. The hatemongers* 
brain-washing apparatus took the extreme opposite view on this subject. 
They denied-Am erican Council for Judaism access to media of mass-com- 
munications for shaping public opinion to tell the nation the truth about 
the new Palestine crisis. The hatemongers' brain-washing apparatus re- 
served the media of mass-communication for shaping public opinion ex- 
clusively for themselves to tell the nation their untruths on this subject 

Since 1945 every media of mass-communications for shaping public 
opinion has been utilized to its fullest extent by B'nai B'rith, AtUi-def amo- 
tion League of B'nai B'rilh, America Jewish Committee, American Jewish 
Congress, World Zionist Organization and their countless affiliates and 
subsidiaries to brain-wash the nation that every so-called "Jew", in the mean- 
ing given by the hatemongers' to that word, was solely by reason of that 
fact unequivocally a member of a mythical and mystical ancient so-called 
"Jewish race" and solely by reason of that fact also a citizen of a mythical 
and mystical ancient so-called "Jewish nation" knowing both to be untrue! 

In 1945 I joined American Council for Judaism. The wealthy Lessing 
Rosenwald founded American Council for Judaism in 1943 and has been 
its financial backer since he founded it. Associated very closely with 
Lessing Rosenwald in his American Council for Judaism activities is Rabbi 
Elmer Berger. Rabbi Berger is Executive Director of American Council 
for Judaism and has been since it was founded in 1943. Lessing Rosen- 
wald incidently is a son and heir of the late Julius Rosenwald of Sears 
Roebuck & Co. fame whose estate exceeded $350,000,000.00 when he died. 

In 1945 Lessing Rosenwald and Rabbi Berger led me to understand 
American Council for Judaism was eager to commence an extensive and 



expensive advertising campaign with full-pages in newspapers in leading 
cities across the country telling the nation the truth, the whole truth and 
nothing but the truth about the situation in Palestine and how it affected 
the security of this nation and the peace of the world. In 1945 this nation 
understood Iittie and cared less about what was happening in Palestine. 
World War II had ended and the nation had enough to worry about at 
home without worrying then about Zionist plans for aggression in Palestine. 

In 1945 the hatemongers* brain-washing apparatus was conducting an 
advertising campaign with full-pages in newspapers across the country in 
the most expensive and intensive campaign of its kind in history, brain- 
washing the nation with untruths, half-truths and distortions of truth about 
the Palestine question. The need to tell the truth to the nation about the 
Palestine question created the necessity for an equally effective advertising 
campaign by American Council for Judaism and was the one and only reason 
justifying the existence of American Council for Judaism in the opinions 
of the preponderant majority of members concerned with this vital matter. 

The American Council for Judaism advertising campaign never ma- 
terialized. The reason told to me for this was that money for this purpose 
was not available. That excuse did not impress me. If Lessing Rosenwald's 
sister could contribute from her personal income §1,000,000.00 annually to 
United Jewish Appeal her brother could easily defray the cost of the 
American Council for Judaism advertising campaign without great per- 
sonal sacrifice. I then realized that money was not the real reason American 
Council for Judaism abandoned the plan for an advertising* campaign with 
full-pages in newspapers In leading cities accross the country. 1 know the 
actual reason now but it will serve no purpose to explain it here and now. 

World tensions were growing more acute as the situation in Palestine 
grew worse. I felt something had to be done quickly to inform the nation 
of the facts before the situation in Washington got out of hand due to 
increasing lobbying by the hatemongers' brain-washing apparatus. Without 
hesitation or equivocation I promptly volunteered to personally supply from 
my private funds all the money necessary to defray the entire costs for an 
American Council for Judaism advertising campaign with full-pages in 
newspapers in leading cities across the country as long as required to tell 
of the great deception being practised upon the nation hy the hatemongers' 
brain-washing apparatus. For some mysterious reason my offer was rejected! 

In 1945 Zionists demanded Palestine claiming Palestine was the "home- 
land" solely of their ancestors in Bible history, which tJiey knew to be 
untrue! In 1945 Zionists demanded Palestine claiming so-called "Jews" 
throughout the world were now living in "exile", which they knew to be 
untrue! In 1945 Zionists demanded Palestine claiming "religious persecu- 
tion" scattered so-called "Jews" to the four corners of the earth, which they 
knew to be untrue! In 1945 Zionists demanded Palestine claiming so-called 
"Jews" had prayed for Palestine as their home for 2000 years, wliich they 
knew to be untrue! In 1945 Zionists demanded Palestine claiming God de- 
faulted in his agreement to give Palestine to Abraham's "chosen people" 
as their "Promised Land", which they knew to be untrue! In 1945 Zionists 
demanded Palestine claiming Great Britain gave it to them in 1917 by a 
letter from Arthur Balfour to Lord Rothschild, which they knew to be 
untrue! In 1945 Zionists demanded Palestine claiming Article XXII of the 
League of Nations Covenant gave it to them in 1920, which they knew to 
be untrue! In 1945 Zionists demanded Palestine claiming the League of 
JSIatious "Mandate" gavaitto thein,in.lQ22,,w?ifc/i thcy-kneux to bo untrue! 

I then realized for the first time that it was hopeless to expect American 
Council for Judaism to ever offer effective opposition to the hatemongers' 
brain-washing apparatus with the necessary full-pages in newspapers in 
leading cities across the country. After consultation with the nation^ lead- 
ing citizens of every interested religious faith and all interested national 
backgrounds at the highest levels in New York and Washington I decided 
to form the League for Peace with Justice in Palestine. The Board of 
Directors was to have on it representatives of all interested religious faiths 
and all interested national backgrounds among the nation's outstanding 
men and women who had unanimously expressed ethusiasm for the pur- 
pose, the policy and the program of the League for Peace with Justice in 
Palestine. They felt too tliab this was the only way to solve tliat problem! 

Without in any way disturbing my cordial relations with Lessing 
Rosenwald, Rabbi Berger or other members of American Council for 
Judaism I requested my attorneys Mesrs. Riegelman, Strasser, Schwartz 
& Spiegelberg then at 160 Broadway, New York City to incorporate a non- 
profit membership corporation with the name League for Peace with Justice 
in Palestine. Messrs. Riegelman, Strasser, Schwartz & Spiegelberg requested 
my consent to permit them before they proceeded further with the matter 
to ask their principal clients and other members of their law firm if they 
objected to having the League for Peace with Justice in Palestine as a 
client in their law offices, Messrs. Riegelman, Strasser, Schwartz & Spiegel- 
berg received the unanimous consent of their principal clients and all 
other members of their law firm after explaining to them the purpose, the 
policy and the program of the League for Peace with Justice in Palestine. 
They then preceded forthwith to incorporate the League for Peace with 
Justice in Palestine under the laws of the State of New York for non-profit 
membership corporations and Justice Aron Steuer validated its formation. 

A few days after the incorporation of the League for Peace with Justice 
in Palestine the first of a series of full-pages in newspapers in leading cities 
across the country appeared in New York City in the New York Herald 
Tribune and other leading newspapers. Hell seemed to break loose on that 
day as far as I was concerned. The headline of these full-pages appearing 
in the newspapers was "Political Zionists Exploit Untruths About Palestine. 
The reading matter in these full-pages recited the 14 untruths with which 
the hatemongers were brain-washing the nation to keep the truth from them. 

On May 2, 1946, the same day these first full-pages were published in 
newspapers in New York City a large delegation from the headquarters 
of the hatemongers' brain-washing apparatus descended like a tornado upon 
the offices of Messrs. Riegelman, Strasser, Schwartz & Spiegelberg to read 
the "riot act" to Charles A. Riegelman the head of the firm. They accused 
Riegelman of being "anti-Semitic' because his law firm had incorporated 
the League for Peace with Justice in Palestine for me. After several hours 
further abuse by these delegates Riegelman fell to the floor with such a 
severe heart attack that he could not be moved from his office to his home 
for several days. Riegelman never recovered and died shortly afterwards. 

Messrs. Riegelman, Strasser, Schwartz & Spiegelberg informed the 
frantic delegates from the headquarters of the hatemongers* brain-washing 
apparatus that I was the moving spirit behind the League for Peace with 
Justice in Palestine. The hatemongers' brain-washing apparatus thereupon 
concentrated all attacks upon me after compelling Messrs. Riegelman, Stras- 
ser, Schwartz & Spiegelberg to send to my home that same day all the 
books, records and documents of the League for Peace with Justice in 



Palestine with a letter tp me stating they did not wish this "anti-Semitic" 
corporation to any longer consider itself as the client of their law offices. 

On the same day the League for Peace with Justice in Palestine's first 
full-page announcements appeared in newspapers in New York City, Messrs. 
Riegelman, Strasser, Schwartz & Spiegelberg telephoned to me and re- 
quested that a member of the firm be permitted to call at my home that 
evening with a gentleman who wished very much to meet me, to which 
I consented. That evening a member of the firm called and brought along 
with him a George Minzer. George Minzer remained alone at my home 
until long past midnight "laying down the law" to me as he did to criminals 
recenly when he was U. S. Assistant District Attorney prosecuting criminals. 

At the time of his visit to my home George Minzer was General Counsel 
for American Jewish Committee. Minzer stated to me he was duly delegated 
to demand that I forthwith cease and desist my present activities related 
to the Palestine question. Minzer warned me that if I did not submit to his 
ultimatum I would soon "learn the meaning of retaliation." I have witnessess 
and affidavits to prove that Minzer made tliat threat over and over again! 

I called Minzer's attention to my Constitutional right to freely express 
myself orally or in writing on any subject not prohibited by law. Minzer 
laughed at that reminder of the Constitutional rights he was so recently 
well paid by the United States Government to preserve. In keeping with 
my life-long policy to peacefully pursue all my objectives whenever and 
wherever possible I suggested to Minzer that he arrange a conference with 
Samuel D. Leidesdorf to discuss this matter. Leidesdorf was the most 

Srominent official in American Jewish Committee of which Minzer was also 
ion General Council. Minzer did not welcome this suggestion and refused 
to agree with my suggestion for us to discuss that matter with Leidesdorf. 

Samuel D. Leidesdorf is one of this nation's most outstanding citizens. 
Leidesdorf judgment is so sought by many in all walks of life because his 
decisions are unselfishly based upon unbiased and unprejudiced consider- 
ation of the justice and equity involved. There are few men in this country 
today whose opinions are more valued than Leidesdorfs opinions. I do 
not speak from hearsay. I was his close personal friend and his business 
associate in many enterprises from 1925 to 1945. I was anxious to have 
Leidesdorf mediate Minzer's ultimatum and to abide by Leidesdorfs recom- 
mendations as I have done for more than 20 years without regrets. I called 
this to Minzer's attention but he refused to submit the matter to Leides- 
dorf for his determination in the best interest of all parties concerned. 

The reading matter following the headline "Political Zionists Exploit 
Untruths About Palestine" in the first full-page League for Peace with 
Justice in Palestine paid advertisement to appear in New York City news- 
papers was approved in advance of its publication by the law firm of 
Messrs. Sackett, Chapman, Brown & Cross as attorneys on behalf of The 
New York Herald Tribune whom they have represented for more than a 
century. I myself submitted this reproduction-proof to Mrs. Ogden Reid 
personally. Mrs. Reid owned The New York Herald Tribune and requested 
that I submit the reproduction-proof to her attorneys for their approval 
before she could consider publishing the full-page in her newspaper. She 
could not believe her eyes when she read the copy in the reproduction- 
proof I left with her for her study. I submitted a reproduction-proof to 
Messrs. Sackett, Chapman, Brown & Cross and they gave their unqualified 
approval to my analysis of each of the 14 untruths after considerable inde- 
pendent research and study on their part as requested by Mrs. Ogden Reid. 

The hatemongers' brain-washing apparatus soon thereafter made war 
on the newspapers in New York City demanding that they refuse to pub- 
lish the full-page announcements of the League for Peace with Justice in 
Palestine. The New York Times, The New York Herald Tribune, New 
York Journal, The World-Telegram, and The Evening Sun thereupon re- 
fused to publish the full-page reproduction-proofs of the League for Peace 
with Justice in Palestine submitted to them by Wortman, Barton & Gould of 
S45 Madison Avenue, New York City an old and respected advertising 
agency who then represented the League for Peace with Justice in Palestine. 

Faced with this boycott by newspapers in New York City I visited 
each of them in person to ascertain their reasons for refusing these full-page 
advertisements of the League for Peace with Justice in Palestine. I was told 
by them that if newspapers published the full-page League for Peace with 
Justice in Palestine advertisements they would lose the advertising in their 
newspapers of every department store and every other large newspaper 
advertiser owned or controlled by B'nai B'rith, Anti-defamation League of 
B'nai B'rith, American Jewish Committee, American Jewish Congress, 
World Zionist Organization and their countless affiliates and subsidiaries. 
This boycott of any newspaper in New York City or anywhere in the United 
States would quickly put it into bankruptcy or out of business altogether! 

Faced with this dilemna I did not know just what to do about it. 
My new attorney, by name Hallam Richardson, told me at the time he heard 
of a newspaper in New Jersey he believed might accept advertising from 
the League for Peace with Justice in Palestine. Hallam Richardson is the 
son of Bishop Richardson, the very eminent dean of Methodist Bishops for so 
many years before his death, who recently had become my new attorney. 
I asked Richardson to investigate that possibility, Richardson did so. He 
arranged an appointment at my home with the editor and publisher of 
the New Jersey newspaper. That is how I made the acquaintance of Conde 
McGinley of Union, New Jersey the editor and publisher of Common 
Sense a publication fighting to protect and preserve our sacred heritages. 

McGinley cautioned me at our first meeting that neither he nor Com- 
mon Sense were popular with the hatemongers brain-washing apparatus. 
McGinley cautioned me that some of his hatemongers' "anti-Semitism smear 
might "rub off' on me. I cautioned McGinley that some of my hatemongers' 
"anti-Semitism" smear might "rub off on him. McGinley offered me the 
pages of Common Sense in which to tell my story to the nation. If I have 
been of any assistance in making Common Sense the force which it is today 
I am not the one to talk about it. If anyone outside the hatemongers' brain- 
washing apparatus is interested in complete details I feel quite sure this 
information will be gladly supplied to them by my friend Conde McGinley. 

I can fill many volumes with stories about the pitiless and merciless 
persecution I was obliged to suffer solely because I was telling the nation 
facts relevant to the security of the country which the hatemongers' brain- 
washing apparatus did not want the nation to know. I will now only tell 
of two incidents because they show to what extent the hatemongers' brain- 
washing apparatus exerts its influence upon the decisions made by public 
officials who fear for their careers if they ignore "suggestions" to them. 



At 2:30 P.M. on the afternoon of November 11, 1947 I was in the 
Delegates Lounge of United Nations at Lake Success. I was attending the 
sessions of United Nations General Asembly debating the Palestine ques- 
tion before they voted their Zionist-sponsored resolution to "partition"' 
Palestine. I received an urgent telephone call there insisting that I must 
address the regular monthly meeting of the Rockland County Republican 
Club that evening on Armistice Day Eve at 8:80 p.m. in Spring Valley, a 
suburb of New York City. I was to be the guest speaker instead of Reverend 
McAllister Griffith the scheduled speaker who was suddenly taken ill. The 
subject upon which I was to talk was the Palestine situation at that time. 

I arrived in Spring Valley by bus with my wife about 8:00 p.m. and 
was met at the bus station by the president of the club. The president of 
the club escorted my wife and myself to the hall over the main fire-station 
where the club holds its monthly meetings. The hall accomodates about 1000 
persons comfortably. The president of the club was introducing my wife 
and myself to members already present when the door to the hall was 
flung open and in walked three men wearing United States Army uniforms 
and over-seas caps. None of the three appeared to be a member of the club. 

The three men in army uniforms dashed around the hall shouting in 
loud voices "which one is Freedman?" The president of the club brought 
them over to me not knowing why they wanted to meet me. The leader 
addressed me saying "You cannot talk here. We do not allow anti-Semitism 
in Rockland county." I asked him whether he was a member of the club. 
Ho stated he was not a member. 1 asked him by whose authority he in- 
vaded private premises to prevent a peaceful meeting by members of the 
club. Pointing to an insignia on his over-seas cap he replied "The Jewish 
War Veterans will not allow you to speak here. We know who you are and 
we do not allow anti-Semites to talk in Rockland county." I tried to con- 
vince him he was acting without justification. When he threatened to use 
force to keep me from speaking I asked one of the club members to go 
for the Chief of Police and to bring him back just as quickly as possible. 

In^the presence of the Spring Valley Chief of Police the leader stated 
to me "If you try to speak in here there will be trouble." The door opened 
and another 20 to 30 men in uniforms of the United States Army all wearing 
over-seas caps entered the hall. They immediately went to work emptying 
the hall by pushing members out through the door. They shouted as thoy 
were pushing the members towards the door "The meeting is over. There 
will be trouble if anyone tries to speak here." The hall was soon cleared of 
everybody excepting the Spring Valley Chief of Police, my wife and myself. 

The other incident I want to mention here is the so-called Anna M. 
Rosenberg "affair" in 1950. At their personal solicitation as both stated 
on the record of the Senate Armed Services Committee, Senator Richard 
Russell and Senator Lyndon Johnson requested me to obtain for them 
information about Anna M. Rosenbergs past relations and her former activi- 
ties and associations with communists. The information I obtained for 
them raised a doubt in the minds of the Senate Armed Services Committee 
about her fitness for the office of Assistant Secretary of Defense. The 
Senate Armed Services had already unanimously confirmed her for that 
office without a public hearing. Included in the information obtained by 
me was an affidavit obtained for them from an ex-communist. Thereupon the 
Senate Armed Services Committee reopened the earlier confirmation of 
Anna M. Rosenberg's appointment ordering a public hearing to pass again 
upon her fitness to serve in the office of Assistant Secretary of Defense. 

I rushed back to New York only already to find that the underground in 
Senator Russell's or Senator Johnson's office had passed the word to the 
hatemongers' brain-washing apparatus in New York that there was to be a 
public hearing on Anna M. Rosenberg's fitness for that office based upon the 
affidavit of an ex-communist. In order to throw dust in the eyes of the 
public the hatemongers' brain-washing apparatus ordered every newspaper, 
every radio and television commentator and every media of mass-communi- 
cations for shaping public opinion controlled by them to scream to high 
heaven that "Benjamin H. Freedman, violent anti-Semite is in a conspiracy 
to keep Anna M. Rosenberg out of the Pentagon" and other untrue charges 
holding me solely responsible as the guilty '^mti-Semite" for conspiring to 
keep Anna M. Rosenberg out of her Pentagon job solely for religious reasons. 

That was all that the hatemongers* brain-washing apparatus had to 
to do to make sure Anna M. Rosenberg would get the Pentagon job. The 
sympathy of the nation was with Anna M. Rosenberg as a result of the 
hatemongers' brain-washing apparatus plea for fair play for this poor victim 
of a so-called "anti-Semite* conspiracy to keepAnna M. Rosenberg out 
of the Pentagon job solely on account of her religious faith. The public 
lost sight of the fact that Senator Russell and Senator Johnson reopened 
Anna M. Rosenberg's confirmation for the Pentagon job upon an affidavit 
under oath by the most trusted and the most patriotic ex-communist who had \ 
previously been of great assistance in the detection of communist activities 1 
in this country. Anna M. Rosenberg had become a sacred cow to the **" 
nation. The hatemongers' "anti-Semitism" smear was used to silence further 
investigation. The reopened hearing on Anna M. Rosenberg's confirmation 
collapsed and she was again confirmed as though it had all been rehearsed! 

As a result of the nation-wide publicity the hatemongers' brain-wash- 
ing apparatus gave me I received from persons I had never met hundreds 
of documents, records, and other evidence of Anna M. Rosenberg's activi- 
ties and associations with persons of questionable political background. I 
received enough material to fill a suit-case. When I -was called to testify 
at the reopened public hearing to confirm Anna M. Rosenberg, I was re- 
quested to bring this material with me. That suit-case filled with material 
relevant and pertinent to the confirmation of Anna M. Rosenberg was 
open in front of me on the table for almost four hours while I was testifying 
in the committee room. I was not invited to take one piece of that evidence 
out of the suitcase. For four hours I sat there answering questions about 
what religous faith I professed, what churches I attended, my relations with 
the people in the Middle East, my connections with Conde McGinley and 
Common Sense, and countless other matters completely irrelevant to the 
confirmation proceedings then under consideration by the Senate Armed 
Services Committee. Anna M. Rosenbergs pah made me her whipping boy! 

.Have the hatemongers anything they find it necessary to conceal? 
Have the hatemongers been carrying water on both shoulders? Have the 
hatemongers been camouflaging un-American, non-American and anti- 
American attitudes and activities with patriotic and religious pretentions? 
Double-talk by two-faced individuals or organizations endangers the se- 
curity of this nation and the peace of the world in this modern nuclear age 
of intercontinental ballistic missiles fitted with hydrogen-bomb war-heads! 

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to, the Director from the above individual concerning whom 
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SUPERVISOR, 7^8.1 

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MAN, HAD* ON TWO OCCASIONS DURING THE PAST YEAR* CLANDESTINELY 
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FflOM: SAC, NEW YORK (105-23983) 

SUBJECT: FACT FOR FACT 
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REFERENCES; 



UNITED STATES GOIZERNMENT 
DATE: 3/22/57 

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«♦ FREEDMAN. 

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it-n ^ ^ St * Lou is letter to NY, dated 2/28 /«57 entiti^r) 

eSef fcSv M"? ReSeaPCh ^lysisTlI^f w£oh' 
"?act ?ot» w£23F °£ th J J^ffy, 1957, issue of the publication, 
( ^S<?t for p^ , topPthPr with ™ g^y e ionft »****«£ tof ?' 

ifoe copy or saxd publioatlun had been io warded to* ) to wM(ft 



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Miscellaneous 

Rebulet, dated 2/13/57* instructed that the NYO 
should search office files and contact established reliable 
sources and security informants regarding "Pact for Fact" 
(FFF), and regarding "Foundation for Advanced Research 
Analysis" (FFARA), and that a recommendation be made to 
the Bureau as to whether additional investigation is warranted, 

Rebulet, 3/4/57, indicated that Bureau files 
denote that BENJAMIN H. FREEDMAN, 9'60 Park Avenue, NY 28, 
NY, who is listed as the author of the article in FFF^ is 
an unstable and violently anti-Zionist individual. 

On 2/18/57, there was received in the NYO, throu^h. 
the mail, an mvslnnp hPa-M^tr -hh<=» ^f.nw name and address 

which enclosed 



uiiuwiei 1 envelope bearing the return address, "BENJAMIN H. 
FREEDMAN, 960 Park Avenue, New York 28, New York". The 



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Second envelope Which had h<*gr> nr\e*ni*A mMn-nflhft * fr.a v»,a/»o-t ™* a-f- »t^ 



, ana contained a copy of the January, 1957 

issue of the publication FFF, which publication indicated on 
its face that it was published by the FFARA, 505 5th Avenue, 
NY 17, NY. 



The last two mentioned envelope,?, together_Lii±h_jfch^ 
copy of the January, 1957 issue of FFF forwarded by 



by mail to the NYO in said envelopes, are being maintained 
as an exhibit in the file on this case in the NYO. Accordingly, 
the enclosures forwarded in referenced letters of the WFO, of 
the Butte Office and of the St. Louis Office to NY have been 
destroyed. 

It is noted that rebulet dated 2/13/57 indicates 
that the Bureau is already in possession of the January, 1957 
issue of FFF. 



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The files of the NYO contain no pertinent information 
identifiable with publication FFF or with the organization FFARA, 

The January, 1957 issue of FFF co&tains only one 
article, namely an article captioned, "Whose Blood Will Flow 
Next in Palestine Now Answered", and the 'article indicates 



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that the writer is BENJAMIN H. EREEDMAN, 



said 



There have been .many references to/fficJAMIN H. 
FREEDMAN in Bureau. £U<§§, „and JLn particular* Attention is 



drawn to the case 'enOTled, -^ALLEGED MEMBERSHIP OE ANNA M. 
ROSENBERG IN THE JOHN REED CLUB, PERJURY (BUE. 126-486), wherein 
some investigation was conducted concerning BENJAMIN H. 
EREEDMAN and the latter »s -financial background. 



Information from 
EEF and PEARA an 



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Further. In regard to BENJAMIN H. FRE8DMAN, it is 



] (identity to be concealed), who has 



noted that 

furnished rffllaMp 1nfn-rmafri,on"in the past, on 12/28/56, 

advised SA| I that BENJAMIN H. EREEDMAN had, 

for many years., been friendly with Arab officials in NYO 
and termed BENJAMIN H. EREEDMAN as a notorious anti-Semite 
who has been associated with and supported the publication, 
Common Sense" for many years. 

It is noted that "Common Sense", published by the 
Christian Educational Association of Union, New Jersey, was 
characterized In a report issued on 12/17/54, by the Committee 
on Un-American Activities of the United States House of 
Representatives, as a "hate group" vehicle publishing "some 
of the most vitriolic hate propaganda ever to come to the 
attention of the committee". 

According to the report, "Common Sense" depicts 
Communism as "Judaism" and devotes its pages almost exclusively 
to attacks on the Jewish, and, to a lesser extent, the Negro 
minorities. 



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advised SA JAMES P, MARTIN 



that he is aware of the publication FEE and advised that so'farjas 
this source knows, the January, 1957 issue of FEE has been the 
only issue published. This source said that inqui ry at 505 
5th Aygnue, NY, NY, had elicited information from ! 

J of _ that building that the PEARA occupies desk space at 



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■cna-c Duilding in one room where several commercial companies 
also occupy desk s pace, and that this desk space for FFA RA 



had been rented 




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According to 



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concerning 



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,. „„.™ Further on 2/20/57 1 , I advised that BENJAMIN 

h. FRiiEDMANythe indivd dual behind the publication PPF. This 
source said that the January, 1957 issue of FFF consists only 
of one article, namely that by BENJAMIN H. PREEDMAN. In' the 
past, according to this source, PREEDMAN has had '.his ■ 
articles printed in the publication, "Comm on Sense", mentioned 
above, which is edited by CONDE MC GINLEY. I I 



However, according to this source, PREEDMAN had 
written an article entitled, "Christians Beware", which 
had appeared in the 10/15/56 issue of "Common Sense". Said 
article had attacked the movie entitled, "The Ten Commandment s", 
as Jewish and Zionist propaganda, but had done so in a way that 
was offensi ve also to many Christians, This source said that 
thereafter, | -—- *— | 



FPP, but I 



PREEDMAN then put out the JanuasTy, 1957 issue of 



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adviflfld. on P/PO/R7. itVia-t-.r 



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that BENJAMIN H. PREEDMAN has not put out any issue of PPF 
subsequent to the January, 1957 issue, and \ 




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Confidential Sources and Secu: 




fbrmants 




JThe following „ sources 33n& .sepurity 
informant «., illwho'AM^^ i^-formation 

in the past, and- who ar 6. ^.familiar rtoith sc&ne .-,,.. 

phases of Communist Party activity in the New York City 
area, were contacted by the agents shown on the indicated 
dates. They had no information to furnish regarding 
"Fact for Pact" or the Foundation for Advanced Research 
Analysis ; 



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February 21, 
February 25, 
February 25, 
February 25, 
February 19, 
February 20, 
February 25, 
February 26, 
February 20, 
February 21, 
February 25, 
February 28, 



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CHARLES D. SHORES 
GESTAE* S. ABRANDT 

JOHN A HAAG 
JOHN A. HAAG 
EDWARD J.MDIHOLEAND 
EDWARD J. MULHOLLA ND 



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Credit 

On 2/27/57, CSNY 1, who h as furnished reliable 
information in the past, advised SA 



that this source possessed no credit or background information 
regarding FFF or FFARA. 

Recommendation 



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In view of thp imfnTwiftlon set out above, 

J regarding FFF, FFARA and 



particularly that from 

BENJAMIN H. FREEDMAN, '.and since it would appear that there 
will be nor further publications of FFF, it is not believed 
that any further investigation should be conducted in 
captioned case, UACB. 



status. 



Accordingly, this case is being placed in a closed 



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A copy of this letter is being forwarded to the 
Baltimore Of fine, fop their infn-prna.-hlnn. in yi <«w of the fact that be 

who resides b7c 



wi-crunrne .Territory of the Baltimore Office, had forwarded 
a copy of January, 1957 issue of FFF to the Bureau. 

A copy of this letter is being forwarded for the 
information of the Butte Office , in answer to the request 
of the Butte Office contained in re Butte letter 2/26/57, 
for the NYO to furnish any pertinent information concerning 
the publication FFF or BENJAMIN H. FREEDMAN. 

A copy of this letter is "b§ing forwarded to the 

Cincinnati Office, for their informal *>* . In view of the 

fact ^hat T J 



had forwarded to the Bureau a copy of the January, 1957 

issue of FFF. 

A copy , of this letter is being forwarded to St. 



wno resides within the territory of the St. Louis Off ice had 
been a recipient of a copy of the January, 1957 issue of FFF. 



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A copy of this letter •• is being forwarded 
to WFO for their Information in view of the fatyh that 



_^ b had furnished to the WO a copy 

or -cne January, 1Q57 issue of Fffff. which had been 
received by 



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It is noted that any of the above offices^ 
may in the future need to know -che background of /publication 
FFF since persons residing vrithin their territories, hare received 
copies of said publication. 





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;sacY sbw .yobs: (ig$~iew)/; \ .-;. .^- $i -i „ 

subject* -msms tientk&velyjm&tiitie&l.. ' \- : -"''••- X . 
~, ■: ■"-■- -..■' as Mr ; . mm&um " fe%V, Dli^ co ntact /, >.' . " • ,-•- 

: - ^/''^VJjB^&fc.iybUt Park ^reTy'm 

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wiiiie . visiting mo "on- 2/13-14/58 was ; set t orth 



• ; \ -. \- -- ' " At ;10 :l4 -Am;- ; on. '2/14/58, [was .Observed M>y 

•7 .- •;. fisur agents, to visit the second floor ■ on. yoQ ,£ark Avenue, NYC, -■ "V 
- """•• an ana¥fcmpr>t building located 82nd 3treet.'aad-iai , k:Av«nueV- , '•' ' ■ 




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:/- "-'.;• FRXEDHSN (phonetic^).. isa. gjt hbine. ' | |left the building 



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lie .had received his ' letter : ana. ?;na^~Tie faa s 0^181100688^1111 

aiid Mr ♦ JKIESMfiiT 



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visiting him earlier that;, day., t 

then agreed fcOvmeet; each other at. 3:po pji-qrt 2/14/5$ (location, 
hot indicates);./ 



-re-entered 



' -• At 3 ria ">My ' on 2/14/5&, . 

Park. Avenue. He was next obser ved t?hen he- exited from this 
address at ii»itfi pm. I H-.TiA-p^af^-P returned to the 

, ! .. i L# 5:59 * on :•• 

,• 2/14/58,. he -departed! _ r and .proceeded.", - 

/to, the: Feignsylvania jsaiiroad .station Where he "boarded c av ""'' 

•/train fox Washington/ jDCy^^ "'■•'- • " " <..:..■..-'/ ... 



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Uhe current erlss^cros^ kY'^&lephohe directory 



doe's -not reflect a . aniTiePMAM a-h qKo •pa.T»y']atrftwitfr.-'--Taryf?' 

JTOMftwyr*: -..1 fe 1 k iinnlr.^A £h a t and | 



. (both subscribers. ..to BEgent Z[ r 2128 J- are 

±iB.t£d as residents.:^ this address. ViiYQ, indices fail; to 
reflect a nir ; information* identifiable, -wi th * the Mentioned = ;? 

Or'.-thfeir address.'/' tvv;"-- •"'.''•';',' '-..•-.?, '/.-,* ; ' '><"' -V-b 



-r'7 -9?he M2&; is~nresehtly conducting an investigation 
5 in. this matter- in accordance with Section- 1Q5K> si of ;'!.. 
•Future , communications -will .delete captioned!. subject; 



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■ FBI AUTOMATIC RECLASSIFICATION OTJDE " " 
DATE 03-0-9-2:012 '' ^ ^ ". ;' : 

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to visit the- second, floor ,oi'> -960 "Park' Ave ■«■/ $XCj- and was" . 
overheard inquiring: of .'the* .elevator 'operator at this "address. 

-If Mr. 'ERIEDM XPH);. was\at home.g|^V^ /', /-'^.V: '-;■-''•.'-::"•:"-'- 

%^^> :: - ■--*'. ' Previous dkvestigation, 1^0/ rovea • -/^ 

,960 Park Aye>, 4s occupied by captioned sub ject* who is " • 

probably identical with, Unsub in* referenced communication,' 
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(UY1Q^-29283J with' captioned case. '" '-- : ■" - ^ .-'•■ ; 7*' .:' 




**««*■• -..,,> . ••; • Jt ;wili;.be.rec-alle,d FREEi5MW:direbfc©d a letter,' 

iSP ' ' dat ^ d - 9/10/55/ ^o; : ; the Director; of this" bureau 1 , in-whichT-he - 

S&t%r : "''" : ' e ■La^o^ated with: considerable . sarcasm * re inqiiiry' .concerning 

g§fi&* him, of; the building, superintendenfrbf his apartment ' , ':^"' ' 

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»*jKg» '"'"* '"■'--' '•'""-* B £Wt y 9/15/55* -in captioned matter, reflected -^ 
'IS^ ^P EED M !;s letter -was no.fr being acknowlodg-ed* by/ the': Buroau 
33«?;. .because ,-of his: "instability. and ,'eccehtri*city.> • ' : '- '...-. •: '> ' -^ ■ : •'■ 

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State , captioned [»BmJMati #fiEEi»fAiri -Illegal :■ shipmbnt'/.o* v.; ; :, 
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passport, no. 387051, had fo&en Q>iC. * d for renewal since 
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Indices df-%$a do net reflect any information: 
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FACTS OF COMPLAINT: nnrnplaintflnt ts3 fiphoni sally f^yj.^d that he received a letter from 

Benjamin Harrison Freedman, International Public Relations, of the above addressT^lIlI 

Complaintant stated that the letter knocks this country, and criticizes this country's 
expenditures lor iuatxonai fleiense. .better stated that the country has one foot in " 
the grave, and that entire country mil slip in soon. i,^gp stated that we should adjust 
our sights against conspirators who would destroy this&country. The letter also knocked 
the all ies of this country. ] 

Complaintant stated that" he has never had any previous contact with subject, and doe s 

not know how subject acquired his name. He added that the letter sounded very ~ ~™ 
un-American, and he decided to give us the information. 



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i: Evidence introduced ^yesterday 
fat ;!a hearing-' in^d-Manhattan 
^Magistrates Court sought, toMink 

iEeace ^th ■ Jfcstlpv' in,;£alestine,h 
^ with £he Grand Mufti of Jerusalem % 
land ^with\the; establishment o$ J a * 
]sub-machin£ ; gun ; factory>iri Paki-k 
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"v pie .hearing ^was^pn the aPpU-1 
-- cation of HaUarn'M. Richardson, 
jattorney :.for/;the league, for a 
[criminal VUbeiVcomplaint- jagalnst 
^the * Kon^ Sectarian- / Anti - Nazi 
[League, 165' ^est^Forty^ixtHf 
rSr^r * *&■•"* Richardson charged ft 
I that the Rev. Henry A. Atkinson, J 
| Chairman of the advisory .board of p 
*]the\ antf-*?azi 'league, 'haaV libeled U 
;*he former in a. twenty-page bui- ^ f 
fletin , submitted' to , ; the/ United ' 
'(Nations General - "Assembly last \ 
{November. : * . ■ . 
a -Titled "Ban^Arab^Propagandar- 
Jts-Prp-Pa^dst/jand^Bro-Nazi As- 
$>epjts pL Amerlca/^the; bulletin, re- 
ferred., to,, the iplalnttff/as having 
flong been known- m. the halls of 
^pra.Fascist,propagandists."-Magis- 
i^le, Hynian, Bushel, , af teV hearing 
jmore- testimony, ; either; will rule 
fthat there^are' no'; grourids^for , ac- 
ftipn or .wilL'recommend *further 
Nqufcy,, by the; grand jury.-' ; ^ * v 

* * ; I • ' ! Cable Messages Cited * \ i 
Jtx ^crpss-exam&ationV of^'Mr. 
reedman, >JuIius h. Gbldstein,Cat- 
rney r for\the anti-tfazi -Wgke,}; 
^Jad into the record two cable nig 
letters :tilat Mr. Freedman admitl 
"laving Sent'^O'neV to.an.assocfc 
ri'Cairpt read; 7 f i ,; - % ' ;;' ■ a '/ • ' 
"Dearest h brother; 'Letter- re- 
ceived. ^Attending everything -re- 
Ytfuested^ yery^busy United Rations 
'Situation,, > ,Extehd< His * Eminence 
.wishes* for- continued ^siojvtcoiir 1 
|age, strength, struggle :behalf . jusr 
.Jticp hi&.^eoplec ^Giving-himiullest 

\ .* <4 Whon%^iidryVu7me*a^ bJ^IHis 
g!minence\?" "Mr:? Goldstein asked 
^tr. BVeedman; *> '' Y t> ^\.r.-;;; 
,*"Amin -v el-Husseini, >. the Grarid 
^ftt-df JerusaIem/5 the witness 
,*eptle&*t: ' vi-; ' ""^ ; ' ,V," -- " * *■ 
h The- second, cablefjntro'duced ,% 
Mr.,* Goldstein, ;was - addressed 4 ,tq 
r the'ErLOccah Corporation.in Bom- 
bay, After -several' references t6 
other ^ business , irarisactibns^at 
read: / - \\. - *;'V^ -' ; \ ; 
^v"Have,n.egotiated immedlate*es- 
'ablishment ^Pakistan {l Tiiompson 
i ub-inachine gun tacloryACequip- 
r ient available .here.; -See ^ letter, 
jattle hard. U,^ v recommendaV 
apn.fulMslam .equality.' * Allpollt- 
Ical'determinations:. Writing fully: 

Success-i i ,, ' BBN-5'REEDMA^' '' 

i- 'Any 1 association- with : tfie Grand 
M^U. ; Avas^denied ; by Mr. XBVeed- 
jman, who said, he would Tiot^^en- 
g ^ j» aay;hu«lT»es» havingito -do 
|With killing people.", He-also 3e- 
iClared_that>the Bonibay^mesgage 
(had nothing, to dorwith machine 
feuns/ -Wit did not % amplify, the 
statement. . <- , ; ? ;'; ^ - ; - *^ , ♦ ; 

j^^ieijoraVof Telephone f CalU. f 
l^sing^ecdrds^'of fong-distance 
itelephone ; calls^ obtained ^romTthe 
(New- Tork ^Telephone Company; 
according tp^Mr,/ Goldstein/ the 
lawyer; declared that Mr* : Kreed- 
f raa & ' had .' made , or attempted to 
i ; mako*variouslcalIs to Loy Hender^ 
;son, head of- the ,Stale Depart* 

C!?-J*2? ivi fi?L«¥ KearJEasteri 
?and .African^ Affairs,, Mr. Freed- 
P^ 'also testified that, jie had 
trnade calls to, Ifaj. Gei ;GeoWe 
("afV^o^Moselyand Lady Astor. 
i^r an/ outgrowth' of "the^testi- 
giony;and evidence^there were two 
developments outside the .criurt- 
Jroom, yesterday . afternoon. ttThe 
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. , y Street, Mr, s Richardson charged 

; .1 that the Rev. Henry < A; . Xtkfaisdri, 

j chairman of the advisory board' of 

Jthe; anti-Nazi league^ had libeled 

i*tte former in*& twenty-page bul- 

lletuv submitted" 1 to the United 

- JKations General Assembly 1j 

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|trate Hymah, Biishely sifter hearing 

More ^testimony;; either wilt, rule 

ghat there^are'-np' grounds, for. a& 

■on 'or wiftCr^cpmrneW -further^ 

iqufry-by the ^rarid. jury. ■ " * 

j,Vv J ^ible Messages, CIteil 
■I In* cross-M&minationt- Tof ? 7^. 
^Fceedman, Julius, L. Goldstein, at- 
^t rney for the ' anti-Nazi -league, 
.•Sad into the record twp cable night 
letters that Mr: Fwedman admitted 
h avmg sent. One; to an assocl- 
.Cairo, readr !■ • 
Mi ;*Dearest brother.^ better 1 *re- 
fceive&L Attending everything ^ 
*fueste<L * Very Tjusy United Natioris 
ituatioit Extend HiaC Eminence 
j./ishes for Continued vision, -cour: 
jage, strength, struggle behalf jus- 

Titice his people. Giving, him fullest 
^cqbperation. BiptfjAMiH- H. Fst&h 

; ' ^ f^c^d^uTihein^y:^is 
1 ^Bminenc^ ,t >: Mr^'doldstein ^asked 
r^Freedhian;- 'r ^ C- * '- 
"Amih eliHilsseini, ttie Grand 
Jufti >of Jerusalem," the" witness 
replied..^- y. ■,■./'_..,;■;?, ?.n ; 
;The second cable : intro n duced by \ 
>. Goldstein -was addressed. '■ to 
Je Tri Ocean Corporation in BortP 
jay.-. After several a*eferences>tfi 
tther J . business . transactions;-; it 
freadt*:', ' ; '^ r ., -'^ '-'^-y. 
jt "Save, negotiated imm^dlate-cs- 
^blishment \ Pakistan^: Thompson 
fcub-machihe 5 gun. factory 'equlp- 
iment available JiereV >See letter, 
gattle Jiard,; U.N;, rccomirienda* 
jtton full* Jslam.eouality^ All pptft- 
acal^determinatldns,; Writing fully. 
puccejM?^. Ben:-EreedmaN"^: 
{ "Any c association >witti'tfie\GraHd 
gtulti^as ^denied by^Mr^ Breed-' 
pan, ^whp' said he would not "en- 
? g 5£ e £OH? y business having to do 
fWith killmg people."' He'alsode- 
i°fe^that .the,, Edmbay:,message 
toad -nothing to dor with Machine* 
Mins, r- but ;-.dids not * amplify .the 
{statement. ( J : .- .;^- _ . -//- .'-.£ * - ^ 

£ '^4 ng: r ec6r&r of -ion&fc&mee 
gelephone^ calls ohtainedfronuthe 
fNTewTTork Telephone / Company," 
Recording- -to: Mr. r - Goldstein, . the 
lawyer declared: that Mn*F*reed- 
h m ^ ^ ad niadeV or ' attempted r to 
\make various calls, to Loy Hender- 
;son, .head of * theV Stete Depart- 

^id- African- Affairs.. Mr. ;Fieed- 
jman- ; also testified that h/;had 
^ade ; calls , to Maj. Geti George 
iyan Horn Mpsely and Lady Astor 
r. As ah>outgrpwthlof rthe ^testi- 
mony znA evidence, there, weretwo 
gevetopments outside the court- 
C? *^v 3 S t S Wll y > ;& terndoiL , : The 
janU-r^azi: league sent to-' ; £ P 

jwations,^ 'a message . acauaiftHh? 

cable to Bombay. ■ . ■*•,;*. 
f 'Signed by James^iT. Sheldon; the 
te^f^.l^gest ybu-con- 
ff? er *, a ^ visabl ! it y of calling this 
•gtuation,to attention United Na- 
t «pna Security .Council authorities 

gpt to impair -peace of - world, and 
patent -.device to evade present? 
.arms embargoes JhAfcddloEast;^ 

?l;^ eW J 6v ^ BQnt ^ PresMentl 
grumaW Secretary of State GeJrgS 
jo. Alar^haU and his special assist- 
K °S:%^ tlhe atf^sj Maji'GenJ 
John H, Hil ddng;telegramsitSg>^ 
feuspension^of Mr. iH^ewoiSS 
}J»sj subordinates on .theVbasis^of 
^ -liaisbn^ Wkr. Fveedma^ 
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Jtigatio-n; of the' State Department 
ffg evidencesof b'iasin,th^Unit4 
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r ^ Hendersoii, State Ifegfe; ; 
> i; Klein: Pe i3ian<l^ InjOT*? 

H ** i> By Milton Lewis. - ; - 
; % BenjamraH,;^eedmap/founder { ? 

Justice ,in Palestine,, was llnkjd . . 
* yesterday ,ttougtf.^QW«^ ? ' 

Jerusalem^ tc v i ' ^ ; <" % </ " £ * 
[ ,' oriv .the :<stand i „for ^f \ 

hours^in" Mid-Man,nattan *Magis- 

• trates^ourt, Mr* Redman + ad^ 

jnltted 1 ©n.cros-examlnatton that 

he snefc a>ble' last September to 

' Cairo: toTVhlbh: be ;Wote,^e Wig 

H^tfft-'awnd ' ■ Muf tt fullest 

'.bo^eration/?. Mr.^eedman/who 

is' in his ^f ties; said he.w^sbojn 

of: Jewish" parents^. ' ; ^ -l '** 

- /''•Moreover, he testified that t he 

, telephoned ,; Ldy, : 5<tt 5^<te*ffi; 

".-> .Office^ ot>»eaR*'Baarw<» ^J?°S 

. r \ > - i Affairs, itta^: 1 ^*^?"® 

^- , - ? ,and'<he a^ admitted gw* J« 

> - / t ^rmeedmanlt'vs^ *;*-caMf^lw* 

1 ; ^ 4 'October ,1» -Bombay, hi whicbv-he 

: / .saiU/'have negotiated gjaie^ft 

1 •>; , '*: '^taolishment Pakistan ^ompson 

-■ - ' "* vrsubrmachhie-gu^-iaptory.^u^ 

c - '• I »men£ available ftere^, • ^ . f ^ ; , 

\ l \ " , \ ^As;a^esult:'of his ^ -festlmqny, 

{which, c dW' not ^aborate>.on, ttj 

pKone'caUs,'Repre5ent^tive'ATthTfl 

&>Klein;"bbmoerKtrAinerican Ba 
bor;bf-New/5rorkrnrged l PresJdetJl 

^mari yesterday to euspend^*£ 

Hendersonvand-start ajbqrqugh 

, w > i departmental- investigation.; -> M. 

.**■ Anti-Nazi .League Petitionedjm- 

' \ dia's representative to, the United 

NatlonsHo have the IT. Tfc Security 

^ Cbuhcil lodk in to. they alleged 

; attempt to send' equipment to set 

/ ?T*8SSL as a violation of the arms 
^rV&ma^was originally put 
otfthe stand by.HaUim^l^ 
ird8on t .counselfor toTUa^Wjc 
SsSa^WltiS Justice; in Palestine: 
M^^cSardson -hWbwughfc,^ 
\ ^hninal libel action- against the 

&ot^Wctarian^ 
Wrrferences made to, him in a 

* P?n-Pasdst .and- pro-Nazi Aspects 

^^erica^w£ Bichardson s is 

r^f^Sdto ! as ^ong been known 

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the same, time, the, NoniSectarian 

Anti-Nazi JLeague petitioned ,*In-. 

dia'S; representative to $he United 

Nations to have the V.N. Security 

.-Couficii'lobk in to ther/allegeld 

•.- 4 * attempt to send equipment to >s« 

<• r up Ma i'xmachlner^fifun^ifcjlanf^Jii 

J f paBst£n as a, violation of tfc'f armfl 

embargo.'^ * -'"< « *« y^,' 

' Mr; Freedmati was originally put 

on the strand by-HaUa^M^Blcg 

ardson. counsel fortEe^ague'Tror 

Peace^with Justice in Palestine. 

Mr,;. Richardson has brought^* 

•criminal Ubel' action- against the 

..-.,. *, , - ; „ ItoV,<Dr. Henry A. Atkinson; jchair- 

r^' ,>\^vi*««^ "^^ of '**»- natJonal^ advisorir 

VeMi^^TO^^YT Kriard : of' the Noh-Sectarlan Antt- 

^■•> -:. ; ,„ ,ii^ Nazi, league... Mr,, O&ichardson 

^ w l -charges thathe hasJieeh'damage^ 

; preferences made to him ln,a 

*- fcwenty-l>age" pamphlet submitted 

i td the Ui N. General Assembly last 

j ; November by tha'anti-Nazl league. 

t "o<Page ^1, of-- the, pamphlet, 

• Vjrhich^urged partition and is en- 
r titled "Pan-Arab Propaganda,^ 
l" Bro-Fascist arid*Prd-NazT Aspects 
*"■ in 1 America/' .Mr. Richardson: Is 
f referred to as "long been known 
. in the- halls of pro-fascist propa- 
*: gahdists.^ The lawyer formerly 
{ , had : .been counsel for, Joe * Mc T 
J Williams, * yorkville, „- antl : Semite 
£.and rabble rquser, ,lasfr reported 

L - The ^timony was giVen bMore 
f- Magistrate ;,Hymah BtwVarwhq 
1 will decide Whettier.the4awyer has 
1 crounds'.for action*. ;Should ;the 
; Judge s declde'^itt. the ^afflrmatlve, 
the -matter may be presented to a 
: ' grand- Jury , for possible action, 
' There * had been several hearings 
£ i Jn«the i case„b_efore the judge prior 
r to 'yesterday; , ~ c T"^ 1 * 1 ^:*^ 
,\ H The only, witness yesterday was 
Mr, Ereedmari, , t who identified 1 
v himself as secretary of the League 
for Peace With Justice .hv Pales- 
tine, which was founded in,May, 
i ' 1046. He gave its address as Post 
? Office" Box 228, Station JP/ New 
! 'York, and his home^addressas 300 
j Central Park West; S; ', s / \ y \ / 
; ? Would Let People Deelflif -s - 
i-Vlit-ielievo the^people' of! Pales- 
', tirie/^Wtf. •Breedmaj^,testHed« 
^ -after saying "tne . Jew« fc have*» 
' communtcated"-- l 'flhould be allow- 
i - ed to determine their own political 
^ "destiny, without outside , inter! er- 
*ence . V',The majority opinion 
Should prevail."- . , . - - , - ; . '; 
> On cross examination by, Julius 
"hi Goldstein, counsel for ihe/antk [ 
>Na2i league, Mr* Preedman adr 
mitted that last'.Sept 7,< he 'sent 
,;a -cable, to Ahmad Husseuv in 
.'Cairo, Hussein was identlfied 1 by 
\ M^ Goldstein* as;, head pt toe 
} . Young: -Egypt party, a nationalist 
I " group. The cable- follows; • . t \ - ; 
:;/ *,'IDearest Brother. \fl^etter" xe^ 
l celved. Attending everything re- 
| guested. Very busy United Na- 
l tiohs situation. Writing, fully this 
v/Veeki-tExtehd'his eminence wishes 

* *. for ^continued,, ^ision, courage, 
1 'strength, struggle, behalf Justice 
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all.- Signed : ^enjamin H. Preed- 
man." - * *] > 

Mr. Preedman identified "his c 
eminence^' as HaJ Amin El- Bus- 
semi, the Grand Mufti of Jerusa- 
} lem; The Grand Mufti waS on the . 
^ side of Hitler during the war. . 4 \ 
* ' Mr. Freedm'an, who: said he was 
1 * * retire* industrialist," also .said 
h he had sent a cable lasfc.Oclr. 17 
'- ^to Trl Ocean, Bopabay^India. TrI , 
' Ocean he said was "&, business I 
f "operated by. a man in Karachi or 
I Bombay^The cable sai4 in part: 
* VHave negotiated immediate es* 
.fcablishment Pakistan Thompson 
cub-machine gun factory equip- 
ment available here. See letter. 
-Battle hard. tT.;N/recommenda* * 
Hon full Islam equally. .All ,poli- *= 
tical determinations. Writing fully 
Success. Signed:- Ben Preedman? 
'Mri Freedman, who Tiarriea 
5;any questions, observed at, --one . 
polntr'The Zionists retired, me. * 
Zionist pressure seeins tp kill off 
-all my attempts to engage in busl- 
tie&s"- , " "'. - * - v, - - . : - '"'' e 
- "X- would not engage'ln, any busl-. j 
ness havingto^o\with killing peoj, 
ple, tt he. testified at another Jjpint' 
and denied that £hV message,^ 
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INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC RELATIONS 



745 FIFTH AVENUE 
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CABLE ADDRESS: AREMEFUS, HEW YORK 



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One of our j g^ 
I write to you. In Ixis coliMdered opinion contact with me will 
"better enable you to adjust your sights in our war against the 
conspirators who plan to rule the world and ruin us. 

You might have very good reason for considering 
me presumptuous for asserting that it is your duty to study and 
act upon the facts stated in this letter. My justification is that 
the security of the nation and the preservation of our God-given 
rights depend^ upon the collective attitude of men of your capacity 
and standing, and what action you take in the very near future. 

The sole purpose of this letter is to give something 
to you, not to ask anything from you. You may he sure there are 
absolutely no "ifs", "ands", or "buts" on that score. 

This nation stands today with one foot in the grave 
and the other on a banana peel. This applies to the civilization * 
we cherish also. This is not the time for a wrong move. A wrong 
move now is not to make the right move while we still have the 
time to do so. The right move can still be made. It cannot fail. 

The expenditure of another One Hundred Billion Dollars 
for defense year after year vMLll not buy security. That program is 
pushing us to the brink of national suicide. That program is driving 
the last nail into the coffin of this nation. The invisible impact 
of that policy upon our political, social, and economic systems is 
rapidly robbing us of the things v/hich are more precious to us than 
life itself. These can neither be protected nor preserved by the 
personal possession of wealth alone. Will history in the future 
teach that history had taught us nothing? 

This nation can survive only if it has the preponderant 
majority of the world 1 s population as trusted and trusting friends. 
They must remain our friends in fact and not in name only. This ^ /*?*?// —r 
nation has lost about every real friend it ever hap. And what makes/^J rfJ* //€>*£* Q 
matters even worse, our stupidity and cupidity ^/^^^|S^ 
friends into bitter enemies. This nation soon wI|^^^^T^ge<tr^ r ir£ \ « ^ ^_^ 



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' the dangerous situation, "but involuntarily, of complete isolation. Our 

only "allies" will be those nations we can afford to "hire" like the 
paid mercenaries of old* Such "allies" become liabilities, not assets. 

Today approximately 400,000,000 Moslems occupy. that very 
strategic territory extending along the "underbelly" of the Soviet Union 
in Europe and in Asia. These 400,000,000 Moslems occupy the broad belt 
stretching across Africa, Europe and Asia from Atlantic to Pacific. With 
this enormous reservoir of friendly manpovfer, with this tremendous reserve 
of vital natural resources, and with these strategic areas all once again 
our dependable auxiliaries, the Soviet Union will "wither on the vine". 

'* The Soviet Union will NEVER risk a war with the United 

States if the 400,000,000 Moslems located along their entire "underbelly" 
again become, and remain, our trusted and trusting friends, not our 
enemies, which happens to be the case today. Therein lies our security 
and our salvation. "There are none so blind as those who will not see". 

The boys in your family who wore our uniform in the recent 
war were your quota of the 14,500,000 boys in our armed forces, about 
10$ of our 145,000,000 total population then. On the basis of 10$ of 
their 400,000,000 population, the Moslems can put 40,000,000 men into 
the field to defend their inalienable God-given rights and to resist 
aggression against their homelands. V/ith equal training and the best 
equipment there are no better soldiers in the world than Moslems, 

The 15,000,000 available American boys should defend only 
their own homeland. The 40,000,000 available Moslems should defend only , 
their homelands in the Near East, Middle East, Par East and North Africa, 
and they can be relied upon to do so successfully. Trained and equipped, 
the 157,000,000 Western Europeans will be able to put up a successful 
defense against improbable Soviet Union aggression, if they choose to do 
so. If they do not, is it our job? Let us see that they have a sufficient 
incentive to defend their nation against conquest and subjection to slavery. 

The world's 400,000,000 Moslems are not only willing to again 
become our friends but they are most anxious to do so. They ask nothing. 
They make no demands. They only suggest that we practise what we preach. 
That is all they now seek from us, not our dollars. I 

By force of circumstances beyond your power to control, 
you have now become a very important link in the only chain which can 
still pull us out of the predicament in which we now find ourselves. 
Can you conscientiously deny me just thirty minutes of your time? 

j Very respectfully, 





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children jsomettjing which 19 a product of a factory they 
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Lblication s are described as pa mphlets ., 



magazines, and books for the 

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cartoons all to be for use 
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he had 



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departed for Brussels on o/id/^y, tney paia $ouu.ou egress 
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for any precise information. 

nothing to advise concerning either the play or some 
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agreed he would mention 



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advise of his arrival in the United States and that the 
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Hotel dJarlyle. The Foreign Minister will stay for 
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made inquiry regarding an 

apartment wmen nact loeen advertised in the ''New York 
Times 11 of 3/26/59, which was located at 65 East 93rd 
Street. His name and number were taken and it\tas 
indicated he would be/ contact ed regarding this. 



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was contacted by an individual 

who indicated he could be reached at PLaza 5-2420, 
which nu mber ri ng a at three places where he might be. 
He asked I I to cable Rumania for all,, possible 
material on ' H-3 U so that he might begin immediately 
to wr^te a book in conjunction with a reputable doctor . 



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tnere would be material available or that it could be 
had in a rush. The unknowj^jnan/indicated he desired 
the information in a week. 




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by a highly con&idential 'source (documentation anonymous). 

, Tt shows Zhat BEN H. FREEDMAN, 960 Park Av., was in contact 

with I I on 10-20 -f& . , . ■; ' ,., .. 

-Captioned file shows that PREEDMAN communicated with the 
Director" by Aetter dated 9-10-55 in which he elaborated, with 
ftonaider ablfe sarcasm, regard ing inquiry made by FBI agents re 
him from T^ I of his. apartment building. 

Bulet, 9-15-55,rei'Iected that PREEDMAN 'Sletter was not being . 
acknowledged because of his instability and eccentricity.' The letter 
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4.~ „„ *« .. n , u the delirhtful relationship with you when we 
Skin l£t vesterday. fie- °^ interesting talks more than 
*£« L?*« III Sou Sve been in *>y "»*■»>*• ^ny «»«• It has 
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amotohto a problem which* wis so little understood at that 
SbJ those whose ignorance or indifference }». taoDnteattblo 
historic: foot shaped, tho, policies responsible for the present 
impass. in tho Middle East. 

If it is agreeable and convenient fox you 
it would plve me- great pleasure to meet again with you at any 
tirnHnd. place you select. Your time must ^ very Precious to 
vouin view of your responsibilities and obligations during 
yo5r preset visit to this session of United Nations General 
Assembly. However you may bo able, to crowd me into your very 
heavy schedule if tho opportunity presents, itself. If you are 
not able to do so I shall assume that other more Passing and 
important matters have the prior claim upon your limited time. 

toy I take this opportunity to assure you 
that * have no desire or Intention to *^^* e gJ g,,i 
topic of conversation any question involving °^ |°^or for 
governments* It would bo quite improper and out or or°°* lon 
me. to do so and I would not want to put you » w* reserve d 
o£' discussing any matter with me which • L& 4.rv^ u ia neither- be- 
to our governments, as. official business. !•*«»■ gUoh Ba tters. 
appropriate or proper, for either of us. to go ■« 

The interesting tog; , which we *?™gj/> 
many years ago still interests me o on ^ aer ^T^ „ mutual interest 
outside tho sphere of the questions whion nu^ ^ £q&1 th(it w 
by our respective governments today. w« Z* % re now our mutual 
government can offer no reason why >»■ c»m» ... hi(Sn yoU nrQ so 
personal interest In the historio subjgot »™i indicated to a 
.very well informed as our previous- oonvers * trles as a result. 
Ho. harm can possibly come to either oi ^ fr0B j.t for all 

of our-exohonge of ideas, and much, good ^may ««*_ 6Cd x truly believe, 
parties conoernod.in the search for universal.*™ » 

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Tne U*8» Oonnnunlst Party elected the Jew 
Arvo Hal berg ,*all as Gus Hall, as its of- 
flolal leader at its convention ;in a Har 
las hotel In Haw York City which , ended 
Deo.l*, 1959V, Thi Java have always con- 
trolled, the. OoaaUnlet party, and always 
will, but this is the first ti»s for a 
Jaw to openly be tne top red. Tha resl 
head of U*S. Oonviralsts for sany years 
was tna, Jaw Oerhardt Klsler until a Con- 
gressional Ooaaitt«e exposed hla. Tha 
F.B*X« willingly 1st hla escape to Sast 
Gterasny where he is now ruling and par-^ 
seeutlng White Christians* Tha Jaw Xla- 
lar always used Gentilee, such as Karl 
Brcrwder, «to front for ni»» After Xlsler 
fled tha Country, Ball beoeae tha top 
powar In tha Conmuhist party and ussd a 
stupid Gentile, sugsne Dent ils, m .Mi 
froSl^aan to *©*ceal *&*^8mti&*r& I* 
la a big aurprisa to now See tha Jaw Ous 
Hall openly stap forth as tha ohlaf Oom- 
sunlst In Aaerloa. (Sao photostats) 



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Thecal* r *v billet- *'i,ixv-ggl& Sate 
wnt^l, gcui& :6n .in *he UJ& 
Gamtnun&t laauty.. 

The aunt- ,to>und. "*vtti -he 
fought X>4c* iO to *3 to* a New 
York City hotd, ; 

mors aggressive leadership un- 
der a top-llight organiser * . , 
a~ roan able to whip the party 
into .stupe; -..This means *raOrc 
trouble .from, the Communists 
In. 1960 arid 19UU' t 

, Probable wl raWf flu« ««H 

,. . - real nameiArvfl ^lh ergy 

aged 49| height, a' i^" ;• welgHT 

. 220 pounds; build, .heavy; eyes, 

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Ocflvlcfetd.' tV#nt? fen^rr^tttnid 
a* a fugitive tromjustjce. Co.*?* 
tured , pri ^Ji* l^xiccuv bordsrv , 
In jail fix yfeLwuj 

Men who iotow Gua >H*B - 
say'be's ^iike k OyJOl iit « china 
shop ^ v ; "deteirrniried on direct , 
methods' ^ ■, , i ' *nd nbiieompro^ 
mtaih'g.. '■ : ' * '*-' . '% ■' 

Hall Is hard,/ tough, aflablV 
on ^he outside, tough as haUs 
Jhside . -»,. ruthless .;;. . strohg 
for haif'ilrie par^-' discipline. " 
Yet he sets HkeV haU ieUow. 

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As furthSr proof that Communism is a Jew 
Ish oonopiraoy to oontjutr tha world raad 
tha art i ola (photostat ) on this page wh- 
1 oh was writ tan by a Jewish nawapaparraan 
to tha Jsw-owhad Wow York Times* It re- 
veals that OoHJUunlam in Poland is Jewish 
and only kept in power with Soviet Russ- 
ian guns. The article admits that the 
White Christian Poles are so strons aga- 
inst thS v Jews and Ooimgunlsm that the Jaw 
oowwunlst rulers have to rule from the, 
baokground.. \ 

5Taa Comaunlst Party, la like the NAAdP. 
* '*" Is now the of f ioial head of the 

si party with a negro v Benjamin 
yj ^^ _ — aa tfSLm of f loial ^ 2nd ,ln .oosEaand • 

l* J^CiaBKtvJ^IAuK Jj&jSg&ni Ik the J offleiaX-' 
F ,lttfif*aE\*Sr tha KaAOP with a negro, Roy Wil- ■; 
i^no as his Official 2nd In obmmand. 

I £tae to Jewish control oi the Democratic 
saad Republican parties and the F.B.I., 
tfe® red termites operate freely in Amer- - 
i' !«€•*>■ That is why they prefer th« old 
L 0ssd rotten two-party system with no real 
atSt*v#&99* between thea. yTtem the Hat- 
Mesial States- Rights 3?arty is ©looted to 
^©wer,,w«, will get rid of all thooo Com- 
samlet Iddimm^, Tote as*inat aoniniunion & 
raoo-^slacla^ f bgr voting for tba National 
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Gus Hall As ^hiefr 

1 Ntw York; Bectl* — The Communist Farty o v £ the United 
States elected GUs Hall itd new leader today. „< ' 

Hall,, former Midwest* chairman of the "party and an ex- , 
convict, replaced the ailing Eugene Dentils In. the party'svtop, ' 
Post- • ' ■--" ,. ' \ . - ? ' $ . :,; 'V 

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1 , t-i , chairman, waff elected to" fill Itf' 

Under the change the -post ^ Hall,' of Cleveland, was. one ".' 
of national secretary became j of. the CofnmUnist| leaders con- , .. 
the No. 2 spot. 3ehjaniin . J; $ victed under the Smith Act. ^ 
Davis;. New York state party! He jumped his borid and^served > 
five years J h prison aher^ he if 
was, caught. .' . ^ % ", t „i f " 

Davis also.vwas'^ convldted f 
under the Smith Act ^ , -t iy t 

W(aa^4Bf««fciim^ v>,f "" ' ^r—vr- 'Sc^e^r^paVl^s'i«aStj*-*-*- s 
• •*■ ■*"' °** r J ' t» " ' * *ro,= Jews lahd ^tsaay' of % it* .dry. • l 
OfPolda^ •; ganixers, killed hi the :,pttr*es, ' 

yiroiann , * ete Jewa i^e^ Polish com^; , 

munis t, Government, has, fought, . 
anti-Semitisto' 3n 'the country 
and has a better record on. that 



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CSM.w Vo'rkTImii Nl»w*S.rvlt« 



yiehna, 3»ec. 1. ^-Poland's "score than any other Commu* 
Communist^ Party, placed in nist government i 



power and kept in- power Only 
*by , "Soviet . might, has -been 
thrown into confusion and hit- 



But deep-seated anti-Semitism " 
is^a part of Polish life and the 

, ,-- j. -j- party, Spparatiis reflects it. A 

terness by a leader it, once< folr Polish Jewish CommunUt offi- 

t«-,--.. A .* -* r. ^ — :^ ,^ cijd leJlder oilce toJd tfcfc ;jr «f_ 

porter that Polish.Jewish Com- ; 
munlsts bad learned that tha 
party wanted thfcm to fadainto 
the background; so n&lnot' to 
*^ru&- counter, to' opinion,"!; , 
s. "X think more than twice 
myself about hiring » a Jewish 
stenographer," he- said. 



lowed out o£ hope and now fol- 
lows ©tit of desperation* 

The , fear fa heavy .h£ tise 
party raofai -;■ whore nuancco 
ai% of a stnvenae impoi'tauce— — 
th*tGomulkaissoijate«^fthout 
estataidhtog t3». power of f&e 
paHy and oo , heavybanded 
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Rape Victims Child Gaiif 
Erase Night Of Horrorf - 

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»y BONJTA APPLETON 

Datty New* staff writer 

A four year oW Monde with 
bright, laughing, brown eyes 
stops dead in her tracks, cov^ 
ert her face with her tiny 
hands, and cries with fear 
everytlme she sees a Negro. 
Any Negro. Anywhirt; 

And her soft spoken mother 
U constantly reminded of a 
night of pain and sharp terror 
by her daughter's childish 
questions, asked again and 
again as it it were engraved 
in her brain: vMommyi did 
a Negro rape you?' 1 

"1 have to tell her 'yes'," 
uid : the, victim of St. C. 
Parker,'i savage assault. 

"She talks about it often.'* 

tht middle el playing she'll 
•top tad ask me that ques. 
Uoa. Sort scared to death ol 
a Negro now. She used to not 
bf afraid of anyorfe, She saw 



of a brutal attack by Mack: 
C. Parker, troublemaklng ex? 
soldier, and Lumberton Negro, 
woodcutter. He was identified* 
as the man who snatched the 
23-ycar*oId> woman and her 
daughter from their stalled. 
aulo and raped the young worn* 
an while her, daughter watch- 
ed. 

A hooded me* took him from . 
the Pearl River county jait at 
Poplarville and slew him three 
days before he was to have 
gone on trial for the attack," 

Authorities Mid there' was 
tittle doubt he was guilty, And 
they revealed a stack of evi- 
dence which they believe would 
have proved his guilty. 

Here is the victim's story 
as. she^told it exclusively to ' 

the jsttbtfcjiesnrisrr 

homt fn Petal.. Miss. 
She seldom works, jigsaw 
puzries anymore because she's 
loo nervous to ait atUI. She 
has good reason to be nety.ouu 



quiet and I wondered it my 
husband was ail right. 

"When the Negro am* 
back I dtdnt see him twill ho 
stopped his car behind our*. 
He came up to the window 
wh«re I was- sitting hi, the * 
front seat and surprised me. 
The windows were dosed and ' 
the doors were locked sad I 
was holding the door on mj 
. side. so he. couldn't get av 

"He asked me If we need* 
ed any help." the young wom- 
an continued. "X told Urn 
no and thanked him, He told 
me to get out of the ear.**- 
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H wasn't until M, C. Parker 
used the butt of the gun In hit 
hand to break out the car win- 
dow, that bis victim screamed. 



- tit kill you 'and the tttfcle girl , 
too.' '* the woman eeid. 

She *wae sitting 'tensely and 
talking quickly-^e If by doing 
so she couM leH ner atory more 
easily, "He pulled u e out- of our 



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car, the woman aeid he toat her - 
be bad to wrae> the gun * fee, 
doth that' was around' hit ft* 
hand' "so he wouldn't leave awy 
fingerprlta oa the smu Be threw- 
the gua down oik.tba front fleer 
board and thea he picked it' w 
and Haw* -k It, the back/* Jfcr 
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"I tod htmlwat progooot and' 
I didn't want anything t*- happen 
to my baby/' the sail "He said 
that didst make much .difference 
to him because he bed beard that 
excuse so much it didn't matter.. 
He put his arms, around my. neck 
and began kissing. me and said 
'if you don't do what r want len- 
to II klTyou tift now.* 
"* " ~T ^CHOKED' BE» "; *™ ■ 
J^Whtnj he sUrted to^rapa me, 
I ecreataedraod.be jerked my 
tearf~e<- my head la^purple-aod* 
white, tUk scarf) and gagged me 
with JL Then he began choking-' 
me with his bands, I kept trying' 
.to fight him off but. it didn't 1 do 
any good. He said, '!>• "t been 
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Dally News Staff Writer 

A four year old blonde with 
bright, laughing, brown eyes 
stops dead in her tracks, cov- 
ers her face with her tiny 
bands , and cries with fear 
everytime she sees a Negro. 
Any Negro. Anywhere. 

And her soft spoken mother 
*is * constantly reminded of a 
night of pam and sharp terror 
by her daughter's childish 
questions, asked again and 
again as if it were engraved 
in her brain: '-'Mommy, did 
a Negro rape you?" 

"I have to tell her *yes',"* 
said the victim of M. C. 
Parker.'* savage assault, 

"She talks about it often." 

f W'**^^tattfc» r said. "In 
the middle of playing she'll 
stop and ask me that ques- 
tion. She's scared to death of 
a Negro now. She used to not 
toe afraid of' anyone. She .saw 
hi* ^icfure jo* the newspaper 
.jMb^cyttirUme she *e€% "a* 
*«£*? b*mm she'll ask me,, 
4 H*rhrny, is that the one who 
raped you?' I* t«n her, 'no, 
that's*** fr*ptm\" 

This is a young white woman 
speaking. She's, the sort of 
typical young Housewife whose 
main interest i is building a 
home, keeping it spotless and 
taking care of her little girl. 
In her spare time she works 
jigsaw puzzles and occasional- 
ly reads the wjiite Bible kept 
conspicuously in her living 
room because * "every home " 

seeds a Bible in it/* 

She's a frail woman — ' her 
doctor told jh^r months ago 
shie hats a heart condition that 
wasr not serious) at the time 
toot could; become r aggravated 
and^ she wearsv^ maternity -.„ 
clothes , because she's four 
months protns^t. 

" .9?* ySmW-W***** originsl- 

fy from, TicW York state moved 

to Virgin!* When she was xQ 

. years old. Sbe'„ came to Mis- 

SULsippi from {Virginia nine 

^year*% ago, t *'but people 4 don't 

fail m^ I apeak; with a north- 

^m&stascm&iV she said. Her 

^itttibsnd is employed in a Hat- 

'tlesburg plant and works part* 

time as a guitar player with a 

* Hattiesbura; band. 

This round-faced, sulMipped 



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yeung mother was the victim 



of a brutal attack by Mack 
C. Parker, troublemaking ex- 
soldier and Lumberton Negro 
woodcutter. He was identified 
as the man who snatched the 
23-year-old woman and her 
daughter from their stalled 
auto and raped the young wom- 
an while her daughter watch- 
ed. 

A hooded moB took him from 
the Pearl River county jail at 
Poplarville and slew him three 
days before he was to have 
gone on trial for the attack. 

Authorities said there was 
little doubt he was guilty. And 
they revealed a stack of evi- 
dence which they believe would 
have proved his guilty. 

Here is the victim's story 
as she told it exclusively to 

the Jackson Daily News at her 
home in Petal, Miss. 

She seldom works, jigsaw 
puzzles anymore because she's 
too nervous to sit still. She 
has good reason to be nervous. 

February 24, was a dark, 
cloudy night — it was "just, 
before raming" — when the 
car in which the young mother 
was riding with her husband 
broke down five miles from 
Lumberton, Miss. They were 
returning from a visit with 
relatives and their lktle girl 
was sleeping soundly, in the 
back seat of the car. 

FIVE-MILE WALK 

"When the car broke down 
we decided that I would wait 
there; because it was a five 
mile walk" for help," the worn- 

an said. • "K was going t* 
rain, I was two months preg- 
nant and didn't think I ought 
«b walk that far. My Mttla 
girt was aelee* and we didnt , 

-kthink-lT anybody < * would bother •" 
us because we were on a 
public highway." 

So the young husband set 
set out for Lumberton to call 
his step-father to come and 
help him with his car, and 
the young wife began .her 
lonely' 'wait. / 

"When the first oar stopped 
and shined their light into our 
car I didn't know what to 
think/* she said. "I was cur. 
prised and" kind of afraid be- 
cause I couldn't tell if they 

, were whit* people or Negroes. 
Then they went away. It was 



quiet and I wondered If my 
husband was all right. 

"When the Negro cam* 
back I didn't see him until he 
stopped his car behind ours. 
He came up to the window 
where I was sitting in. the 
front seat and surprised me. 
The windows were closed and 
the doors were locked and I 
was holding the door on my 
side so he couldn't get in. 

"He asked me if we need- 
ed any help." the young wom- 
an continued. "I told him 
no and thanked him. He told 
me to get out of the car." 
BREAKS WINDOW 

IX wasn't until M. C. Parker 
used the butt of the gun in hi* 
hand to break out the car win- 
dow that his victim screamed. 

j .* "He tokl me. *don*t scream, of 
\ I*H kill you and the Mttie girl 

! too/ " the woman send. 

She 'was sitting tensely and 
talking quickly— as if by doing 
so she could tell her story more 
easily. "He pulled us out of our 
car to, the ground. My Uttle girl 
was cryma;. He bold me to moke 
her stop crying. I tried to but 
I content." 

"He made us get into his car." 
she related. "It was dirty. We both 
got in the oar on his side and he 
made me sit in the middle. He 
started driving down the highway 
and I begged him not to kill us. 
He told me he bad juet broken 
out of prison and he had killed 
five people so he wouldn't mind 
killing a' few, more. He had hit 
my little girl on the head and 
she was bleeding and he told me 
^gatia to make her quit crying." 
Parker drove on the ' left side 
of the road, his victim said. 
"When he turned off onto a nar- 

, row road juat wide enough for one 
oar, he told me he had to meet 

. somebody there. At first he told 

, me, he^ had to meet his father; 
v^ r I r asked -him * if bis" father knew 
he had broken out of prison and 
he, said no. When he said he had 
to wait for a white man who 
was his partner. He told me not 
to be frightened. He kept pointing 
the gun at me. and clicking it and 
he told me his arm was hurt and 
his band was cut." 

"■ AFRAID FOR LIFE 
Speaking low,; the woman said 
Vwhen he first' came .up and told 
us he had escaped from prison 
I thought he. was just going to 
use us as hostages or something. 
I never, did think about him rap- 
ing me, it never entered my mind. 
I was afraid he was going to kill 
us because he threatened to kill 
both of us if I didn't keep my 
Mttfe girt quiet." 



After she Negro stop*** as* 

car, the women seid h* tofttl her 
he had to wrs*> ; the gun i* the 
doth that was around his cot 
hand "so he wouldn't leave rany 
fingerprits on the gun. He threw 
the gun down on the front floor- 
board and then be picked :*V up 
and threw it in the back," aner 
said.. 

"I tod him L was preenent end 
I didn't want anything to nsnpen 
to my baby/' she said. "He said 
that didn't make' much difference 
to him because he had heard that 
excuse so much it didn't matter. 
He put his arms around my neck 
and began kissing me and said 
'if you don't do what X went you ^ 
to 11 kiM you right now/ % , 

, 9 tSdXEB Beb ^ 

1 "When: he started to rape me ! 
j I screamed and he jerked my 
I scarf of my head fa purple and i 
I white silk scarf) and gagged me 
with it. Then he began choking 
me with his hands. I kept trying; 
to fight him off but it didn't do 
any good. He said, *I've not been 
with a woman for a' long time 
and I'm pretty not/ " 

The attack occurred in the front 
seat of the Negro's* oar in the 
presence of the little four year 
old girl who witnessed the viola- : 
tion through her tears. 

"He was dirty . and' his bends 
were greasy juet like be had been' 
working on a car." Parker's vic- 
tim shuddered involuntarily. "And 
he smeHed bad. He had left grease 
* marks on T our oar door when he 
broke in. He got grease on me 
and some, on my underclothes 
where he put his hands on them." 

The young woman has thrown 
the scarf away because Vmy. hus- 
band kept looking at it. 

"I kept begging him to- stop and 
leave me alone/' she recalled: her 
night of horror. «*I told him the* 
my husband! bad some wine that 
had /not been opened in our car 
and "Jfast he * could have that:. He 
finally told me to get out of hi* 
car and walk straight ahead and 
not to look back/ 1 opened the car 
door on my side and got out with 
my, daughter. He headed beck 
toward the highway. I didn't look 
back until! got aronud a curve 
where he couldn't see me. My 
little girl looked back but nothing 
happened." ' 



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titttitd from P.2; 

. r STARTS tlAkNINd' 
The voting victinr explained to 
,ier diltd that" they were going, to 
have- .to walk tbe highway % lor 
help vtmt we started out. in the 
Wrdng direction. I was afraid he 
Was going to come back; When 
we finally did get to the- highway 
It began to rain and J was a/raid 
ho -one;, was 'going to .slop." t 
' Always in the front of the Jran- 
tie mother's mind was fear for 
her" little girl's safely; "i* didfl't 
break down' until we got tb the 
highways she .si& "1 had to 
keep, bold at myself former sake." 
1 "A" passing truck: drlytr stopped 
and took'th*' mother and her 
tcMti! to Ijumberten- where the 
husband, had stopped at a g« 
rtaiioo '-Tne night watchman. or 
marshal or- whatever hto is. was 
tfcere and'h« called the Highway 
Pttrol," the woman said, "We 
waited until they carni and. then 
want to' the HosplUl where; they 
diecked'm* over but couldn*t iell 
IM fwd gotten a dtiease. After 
we got through there*.' wtf had 
to- go back to the spot where 
ii happened and We saw the tire 
tr»cks and our footprints^ ,. - 
, 1 was 5:» a. m\ when.m»y«wh« 
woman HnaUy got, home* , 

"I feal' >ike,it was- just a ter 
rlbte dream," she, «aid» 'onfy H 
wasn't i dream because it really 
happened to me; Vm trying to 
forget It but it 'gets worse every 
da?; So much is goin* on, we re 
•eared to death because, were 
afraid something #» hjJfP^ to 
one ot us a* a result of this. ^ 
< "toy little girt ,wtll newt* 
able, to forget it either. It will « 
winner for th» rest o( her me. 

Eve* wto sfc* fST&tfil 
remember. The "^gffJW 



After you have read the aboye e^iola^f* cm '-*H*^5?^ ; '-^ 

oaed to raaiil integration. -The rap; ***^W^f°$Z^ * 
Ing to protect thr pt*il rigtos -of^h^pregn^ 
er or Bar innocent f bur year old daughter.^; ?**£*• ea * f.to, - ,: 
ttnderstsnd when you recall\that the. -^^■-J«i^"{ffiji^:;i>/ 
, arm, of the Jew-ooraunisV raoe ;»*»** f^*^?^^ 
fcdgar Hborer is; influence* by; tha '^^^iSg^SS^ '■■"'' 
has negro blood In bla reins, Instead^)* P™***™^™*^ ■ -. v 
Constitutional rlgbta of; the. imiteapther ^^WjgW?^:; ^ 
the FBI gangster* violWad federal lawr and; ***^^$&i, y : 
by subjecting tha respectable; Ifhite^ Oltiaene T qt ? oplawill%/ > >) 
2d^2i?l SSer Count?, .Bikini *> W^tylS^^Mc 
terror^ They «ade cWminal efforts .to ^;.««|iJ^^^:* , ?>rrA 
i al»b ; st-^^!ryi J ¥hite,iMm?dti^t^J^ *^E!^feSs?^M^ 

ttiey hstf ^ spiTed tUe lynotiing cas* of; ne«ro W^M^W^i 
in, Uiti disregard o? guilj, or. «^9»«-^S9%^»af 
denoe- The FBI btj». ^reinow.dew^^ 

of Pe*rl River County becausf they refuse to TOtffl^Mt* -' i 
mdte/citiMne without any endenoo aa yaa^qna: ^.^;**^ ; ^( 

iBWght; waJi''fottod : <to be:)IOT guilty*. ^ ;■*■:?■.■. yu ?i , • :,;»\*$\, : ;£ 



The FBI ripprt on tb^^aae^ia^ompoaed oJ 4 ".JJ^ 'mSEPfiimi 
hearsay. Pearl; Rirei^Oo^y. Sheriff , v ^°^2^# Ja^ ** 
-I just don't think k tbey ^*«i#ttas^ !?tt«e^S^" " 
Tiotiolii If they did, thtr# would hajf **»*\ l^!!!^S^n t 
Jhe r were Hire ^»^*if**2£^ 

haTenot beea-abla to trki*4, 1*ft lf»^^^^^^?^feli^ 
ST more ability in; his own bounty than J*>f^«S2^J^ 
rei. The FBI perrerts «^«^»»*^.J^'5SgS?to 
X'a* ani orders t**i^ deter»lnjtd objeotive la j2*22£-J£*4St 
ordera of the Cbmsuiiist^ewiah Conspiraor %<* i^JJ^^I^^ 
raoe^and ■•^•o"i-]tT^^H>! to !M^ 



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After you have read the above article : .from The^ Jackson . 
Dally Ne^ws^you will understand ; whrTTDltr ptOPljjr; op ?Z 
osed to racial integration. The race mixing FM jdld. noth- 
ing to protect the civil rights of th« prtpianVVhlte " ot ^r 
er or her innocent four year old daughter*, Tbat^Ie ***J to 
understand when you recall that the red FBI | s >£*^£J*i on - 
arm of the Jew-communist race mixers and; that FBI ojilef J • 
Edgar Hoover is influenced, hy the fact that hp, obviously 
has negro blood! in his veins. , Instead of protecting the 
Constitutional rights of the White mother and^ be r daughter* 
the FBI gangsters violated federal laws and Statao^BlghJ* „ 
hy subjecting the respeotahle White citizens ^of £o^ar*ille 
aid Peart lb. ver County f Mississippi to an illegal j^gn of 
terror. They made criminal efforts to pin convictions on^ r *» 
slmoeV e|~ry Wb*te man in the Ootinty ep tfa*y SS^lfeS?*^* 
they had: solved the lynching case of negro ifcok ParJtr^aX^ .1 
In complete, disregard of guilt or innocence jr^fga %■ JWjJ--- 
dance. The FBI hums are now denouncing the honsst off iclels 
of Pearl River County because they refuse to propfog^e ;-> 
».» ,0-. »»« ^^ IS^we White oltleens without any evidence as wee done in th» .*$- 
^S&'MfSTSJ^A ..iSA linta eynagogue bombing trial in whi on Innocent ^«r*e ; 
S^^i^^lual: 8 ^^-^' fpund ^ ^^OT guilty, ., <■ ■; -,; • ;: ■,. ■ ^ > 

The FBI report on t*ie case Is oospojed of »•£ Jg^".*^' 
hearsay* Pearl River County Sheriff W. Oshprne_lloo^y : ;aaya % 
"I just don't think they have anything *f_»«»2£ * ?22l« 
viotion. If they did, there would have been* Arreats when 
Iney were nere." y Sheriff XteoAy jays he and hie W**" 
have not been able to trace the Jy~^.V!^v5S-222f2S?T , «fc-. 
has more ability in his own ?^a*y* - t ^f^.J^^i5j*S2*i?5«r 



BAPE 3TOHX:, con- 
tinued from P. 2. 

C STARTS KAININO 

The -tfoungv victim explained, to 
her child that they were, going to 
have v to walk the, highway „ for 
help "but we staffed out in the 
wrong direction. I . was. afraid he 
was "going to come back.' *When 
we finally did get to the highway 
it began to rain and I was afraid 
no one 'was going to stop,*? • 

Always in the, front. of the fran- 
tic, mother's mind was fear for 
her little girl's safety. **I dids't 
break down until \ we got to the 
highway," she s>fd. . "V bad to 
keep bold of myself for her sake."' 
t,;.--* A passing truck driver, stopped 
'*■ and took \h% another and her 

ichild to IJurnberton where the 
husband had \ stopped at a • gas 
station. "The^ night watchman , or 
marshal or- whatever he is was 
there and he called the Highway 






checked me i _.-- , _ 

if I had gotten.' a disease. , After 
we got ■ through there, we had 
to go back to; the spot Where 
it happened and we .'saw the tire 
tracks "and our footprints/'. 

I was 5:30 a. m. when- pie young 
woman finally got home. 

"I feel like it was just a ter- 
rible dream," she said, "only it 
wasn't a dfeara because It really 
happened to me* ;I*m trying to 
forget it but]' it! gets -worse nvery 
d«y^ So much is going, on, we]re 
scared- to death because were 
afraid something will? happen to 
one ofuiasa result 'of this. - 

"My little girl will never be 
able to forget it «ither t , It .will «p 
with * her :, for the rest of her — 
Even when she grows up, 
remember. The Lord, must 



The FBI perverts care nothing about legal proo*-_ or 
law mnd. order; their deteralned objective la r-to*inftt*i gi" 
orderE of the Communist- Jewish Conspiracy to integrate^ tna 
races and; place every White woman at the [Mercy of negro 
'rapists*' -\ ;■"..•'* , '" "-1?v^ ' ?\\ . , - Y.-'/' ■*' ■-/ \ : \ ', ., f '' s 'v„'" . '> 
* Beriiett jbee o oe s ' &&frTW*# of MJee leeipplj 
He has already denounced the PRE lnte- V 



■2&f »lie^Mieraite' «o« 
b^filn J^anuar^, i960. 



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_ _ notes 

When you (think of* 
the F.B.I ..; you sh- 
ould alsp thinlt of 
Hack Parker **\ every 
oleok nigger rapist 



bien with us ihat night becausel^ grators for their crlmlnsl -conduct- in KLssIssippI and 

l > t&JF'W, ?-*W,W- he | he :wlll atop thes fron violating the: Op^ftltutional rigbte 

did not kin m.\ '_^z: — _j of ■ .j^.; state? s free citizens. Following in the footsteps 

^1m * 1 -I a~*- . ♦ 6f Ctet, Faubus of Arkansas and- Gov. Patterson of Alabama, 

t Edit or a no-ce . Joovv' Barnett Is the third courageous Southern governor to 

declare war against the un-American ,<WBX* OqVi Patterson, 
n defense of Freedom, saidi H I promise to pack them out 
of the state as soon aa r I can* My advice to any Alabama 
official accosted or approaohed by these Federal agent a 
^, * — r^-i-«jiT t or y.B*I. men Is not to cooper ate. M Mvpr loyal White 
*&* »ST a 5 + liIl!l>^ P oitiaen should follows that advice* Defend liberty! 
!£* 5??.??^2?*»lf 5 ^ ^ Stand ^ up for States Rightsl Don't talkf to the F.B.I. 

* « Iii« i5^X m «. * l>on1t answer tiheir trick questionm*: Blam; your ( front 

°^ * ?l5f ^SS*£?25^ 4oor In their queer faces. Those three great governors 
ycur.wlTe.^aa^mer^ ^ ;lnt#r# »ted In protecting the White women of America 
or «l«*^^WJ^J^^;fj^ B lthe;iBI^ giving the green light to 

5E5 ?^°3CSS£Xi^*T^f vaxi ;negro ; rapists . Kore power to: those decent Southern 
CTLiLg^l^flggPy '$# ■■ governors . The- national States. Bights Party Is also do- 
'ig^^^m-^paJrt^^^p^feot-wMte^ womanhood; and' o alia upon all of the other gdver- 
■^'^tocJrt«i / .tilMi ' ajbruggla'^to' protect ;our precious White women I "-■ 




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■ew ykie ffbV^nirHaCT will be 

announced- in January. Xoiar National pff- 
IloeiRa |am>r3ebjr extend wishes for a happy A- 
prosperous ;iiafr Year to all members, of 

l.:£ttM*%fS&^ t $W&mm Righta Parity . 

- Iff^yf ^ will- receive; with (this Issue a 
©Opy of •'Poisoning These: United St ate s," 
with -the obmpllments; of -^ The American 
HaFOury.^VaSPiWeet STthSt., Hew York 19s 

-JfiHCv- Thai Msroury Is the greatest patrl- 
otic magasine li»,-i America, .,;■##■* <pwr year • , ■ - 

D-.Xt^ila^ mua^^r||adlng for- 'every member. - 



ff Natlonall s t ^ ynformatiori "Bureau . " P v 6 . 
Box *1H, Farmlngton, Mich. , fias Just 
published a short, version of the 
Jewish X61 Hidre dath.;, f They are, 
free to v patriots.^ Enclose stamps 
to cover the postage. < ,; * 

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TI® THOIfDERBCJLT 

p.o; Box 2^1 

v Jef f ersonvllle . Ind . / 

» ^v*iwTs^mr^s , ^^^F^r'"sy , w^sr^m^T^p»TBr^s'^v'Si'"Br^B^^^'^r , mrTP^ 

TOT THUNDBKBOLT la th« Offlpl»l 
Racial Nationalist organ o*', th» MSRP 
iipyd Martin, 'Baitor, f B3u»#l4,Deo . 



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tfawa. 9aj»k to eontrol third part* ^ v ??®**£*£-.' 
toing their ,monVy~pbw«r, arid stooges 411c*; jWfc;- 
fcburtney arid his v publlGStione^knovn -as. ■ . Tb# 
Solid South 4 Independent AaeriO an f .-,Th* Jew?^ 
iah , * .D» .t V hop*?; to x f orm a. Jwsher^pol ***£**: £ " 
party in a vain attempt to h»ad..o ** >^*jj;~ * 
orial States. Rlghts r Party in I960. ^ a ? n £™T ; 
era; Courtney vants, to run ^tor^n*, Barry^ 
Obldwater or J. Edgar foover |or Pr*eeidtnt,one 
part Jewish and the other part negr p. This, l« 
the perverted ■. thinking of the, nan, who wants, : 
the Support of rank *, file ^J?™^? ^ 1 ^ 
member • and SegregationUts^whlle , •V^JJ; J»g- 

luppirt Segregatioh or the ;Vhitet Race. Opn^t - 
Spooled ,^oSurthey 1 a working ,£0^ the MA 

JU>l, which cbiitrois^ hi» ^5|^ h J^gsS r, %r 

f ether-in-laW;. (See photostat *r°*- MGHT , ■■ , 

newsletter, ■■«4^P'fWV^9«??S^ P Sffi& : ' :: - 
tioni seek White: support, hut never mention 
Se«re«atlo^/'or''theyifhite'. Radew •" ;- . :■-■•.:■'.' ■••„• 




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.'$» tat. 'expo** 4^**Sr-." , *»F*'t*w--V" 
<*» ,'tbi History sot ?■&&■&*&•% 
B*^»t^l0tti Cftve* hlitory of; 
tli«-;,ll*ifcof.':.H»wti i Stal-la., ...>.a ; 
t^dil f ««rotiky»'«t0. Dit«ll* 
Red SMiure A hrainyrthing ; 
methods. Hai hard cover and / 
brillantly written, This hook 
difittitely^provfs tht,£ewiah- 
nees of the Oo*junlet Revolu- 
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from yttwOii&ni who brawlto.dose fnendi &**}* < 
has raised *75,6o6 so far rots^ear; anyone ^ho»^;,;» 
Krfy recognise* the ADL of frnai: B'nth « &e ^ > 
subversive group in the; country is a Hate Monger, ; - < .. 
(Apparently it is aJrighrwith'Cdurtney'to say ill l-jm ... 
Wait to about the ADL privately for he assiduous!* 
curries the favor of do*ens;of patriotic leade» r and, 
monied anient who are quite outspoken m ppyatfrr-?, 
but considerably less frank in pobHc.) .r, .; . : ,» ; .., ; 
Out of V clear blue sky, Gouir&iey «xddenlV;«^ndfj . 
erously attacked thirty V "i^rt S^^^SStS. 

; was Admiral Johh,G. ^mmt^Camu^ *Wr 
:■' mailed. a. form tettwjon Oc^rJ3 ; orf«HM^ f^ 
anient ro^sra*=.*ayr fH«n K? tt^ftST "ffiffe? 

-, rested'for"creadn-gm-nuisance,l^; *„■* ;." ,7--,- •r^J.-; 
Perhaps, Courtney's tacric* Hj*? ,i T^ TEE 

strange arid sudden zeal, for the AM, iM ;I^"5*»V'- 
- atTettinjr ambirioui self-seekeia to IM iruodlp ^ a 
blifHlfysia^ to split ^ 

* But Courthey> odd opinion df ti# ^- ^- S 

tioni. Wnfch; to n<^;^«vc*t*fi4l£ a«^^ u 
;4ynamttfcliden,stibj«3j^,i ) ..-V-.-v~4.-ir »"*=We~ r v 4 *^:'? '•**« 

.li-Posiiblytnis^ 
to furid-raiser Gourthey. :F*W-j*[m«W**m:' 

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i» offiitiSt are ihe Ohosett Pebil^ 

written ^ by the widely known author and leo«. 

tureift. Attorney <*S...3t0htr, ifho ,1». reoog- 



nt»e4 as on# of the^Matlon' ■ foremost Bible 

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®wb @o>ok to control third party ©ovesisnt© toy 
.sing their momy-'pow©r and stooges like g**^ 
ourtney and lata publications , -toiown as The 
lolld South & Independent American, The J«w- 
ah A.B.Ii. hopes to form a kosher P *" 10 ®* 
>arty in a vain attempt to head off the «»tl- 
mal States Rights Party in I960. Among oth- 
»rs. Courtney '. wants to run either Sen, Barry 
toldwater or J; Bdgar Hoover for President # ono 
>art Jewish and the other part negro. This is 
>he perverted^ thinking of the man who wants 
vhe Support: of rank A file. Citizens Council 
aemhers and, Segregationiataj*hile, at ^-?~£^ 
ti Mt -tabbing them in the back by refuain* to 
lupport Segregation or the White Race^ Don t 
S fooled.^ Courtney is working for the **™\** 
l.D.Ii, which controls him through ^a^J^ 1 " 1 
rather*in-.l^w, (See photostat from "Rlfrffl" 
lewsletter ^iliis page.) Courtney •■ P^-*?*- 
bions seek JWhlte support* but never mention 
aeoreaatlon or the "White Race. * 



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ita$&x> hoax* ; V;' 

.^j^Ks^st F. Slmhurst ;.;.,. 
9?h* b^ei expos* ever written 
on th0 history of the Russian 
Revolution! * atves history of r 
the -IIfm. of Marx, Stalin, 
Lenin,* Trotsky, etc. Details 
Red torture A brainwashing 
methods • Has hard cover and 
brillantly! writ ten. This book 
definitely ^proves the Jewi ap- 
neas of the Communist Revolu- 
tion . Formerly #3 , now #2 . 

2) K Christianity 1 s Attitude Toward The Jews 
as llxplalned From The Holy Bible. 




how to erne raaauiH> 

According to Kent Courtney, a dever moneyraiser 
from Mew Orleans who brags to close friends that lie 
has raised $75,000 so far this f ear, anyone who pub- 
licly recognizes the AOL of B'nai B'nth as the H^ 
subversive group in the country is a "Hate Monger. 
(Apparently it is alright with^Courtney to say all you 
wait to about the At>L privately for he assiduously 
curries the favor of dozens of paraotic leaders and; 
mooted citizens who are quite outspoken in private—, 
but considerably less frank in public.) 

Out of a clear blue sky, Courtney suddenly *&*& 
erously attacked: thirty or more pi America a most 

outstanding and iong-^e pimot^ ^ ^K 
was Admiral John O. CrommeHn, Courtney ^f*** 
mailed a form letter on October^l3 ordertM ^ »- 
client to "stay away" f mm hii ^~ *g* W ' «? 
Chicago later that month or he would have mtm ar- 
rested for "creating a nuisance!" . , 

Perhaps Courtney's tactics and , termiaoky alone 
are enough to reveal the most Ukerjr source of h* 
«r\n^and sudden zeal, for the ADL l» *P*>""*»* 
at setting ambitious self-seekers to lead crusades up 
blind allfys, and to split and #^^>°^ U "Z 
phoney issues, like Courtney is trying so hard I to do. 

But Courtney's odd opinion of the ADI* and goo- 
•_ »i -j k» .« ! n ^r*«.iniv nundier of nublica- 



ism is" not snared by an increasing number of J***"*- 
now, l»ve .carefully avoided this 



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tions which, to , 

dynamite-laden subject. 

Possibly this last note has an "intimate significance 

to fund-raiser Courtney. F~ *-»*-"■ i^*-*ms 

is Fred Wets *nd be is re£ 
the New Orlemns br* 
e- League/ 

j A i»»»j|»»t»»»»tl ^^ • 

fney system by tricking Congress 1 
J into adopting the federal Reserve | 

" system. Only ft. -\i 



e has an intimate sig nifican ce 
. For bisfatber4n-Ueu/s nmm* 
reported to be * key figure in 
neb of tbe jfrnts-pe fsm m tto m 



»*rt^!BSW rSt^ "S.™ ISJt **•- 8) "Braining Washing" , how mental 
• «i"-lS 5-^>rir^r T+ _ M>MWa « OM lusiveT^ that health programs are operating 



'Chosen Paople.' It shows conclusively that 
we Christiana are the Ohpsen People of God. 
Written by] the widely knpwn autlior and lao- 
turer, Attbrney J.B. Stpner, wlao ia racog- 
nlaed aa one of the < Nation' a foramoat Bible 
acholara. Thia book la a must for mYmry true 



health programs are operating in 
Russia. A Synthesie on the Russ- 
ian textboolc on Psyplhopolitips4l* 

ORDER BLAH* 
Circle the books beXpw and indij*- 



achole^a. JPhla book la a ; »st for •▼•JT trua cat ^ ttlo numt)ar of copies you 
fCbrtatian, Kiniater. and atudent of the bible. fat art#r % ^ m title;. 
jBasulart-y iialla at #3» now #1 for our readars- 



[3) "Sh* a*otoool0" , aecret Jewish plan of, 
,^worXd ©onoJLieBt which accidently fall into 
Gentile hands. To have this book in one's 
po» session^ In Russia is punishable by 
Ideaihl Unbelievable facts t \ that will bring 
i;a new meahing as to what i s . behind the 
f daily headiiines you read. $1 per copy. 

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"ADLftfLto use in The World Communist Off - 
tenaive," try MaJ.jR.H. Wlllifims & published by 
|thi Canadian Intflligenoe Service , expose s ■>■* 
[ the i Jewl afi AOfc : w)bdqh **i^^r%alWeiC8 to V 

[ Alao '}x*\ WJ i Wllllama , ^W^nT^^r^^m&Bmr^ 
1 SlTeey etoiV !of Ofciatsuniat Movement in America . 
W^lo^liraiat nry raw, and only 50*6. 

5) , U3tar JfcJrdlo Raoe 1 ', history of the atra££pt? 
^atruggl* by our foraf fathers to Ir^ep tha W^ite 
kf^oerSIrei by Richard Kelly Hoakina f only *lr.~ 

tfi) H Segragatlon Vs. Integration," I^egal aapept 
on tew we |can nullify the ?*ij>reme Court, fl. 

7) "Federal Ra serve Conspiracy ," Gives the de- 
talXo on Tiow the Jaws took control of our mo- 



l/'The World Boax% #2. , . , 

2;. "Christianity f ;s Attitude To- 

{ ward the Jews, etc.", #1. - 
3t w The A.D.L. and Its Use In The 
World Communist Of fehsive" »#>5^ 
4L rt Know Your Snemy" . *.^Q 
5f.||The Protocols* f |X? ' '■ ' 



^ 6|. "Brain Washing*' 



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Nf' Benjamin M; Freedmart^60 Park Ave,, New ^ffcO^N-^^^ 

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^ ; 1 ^Hte ^otlp\yiiig statement: ;* : , 7 "*' r ^ 7 O' '"'''A^ *"/A " ^AA'A/^-^ /V"* '^* w TAr?A ^A > 

Lv.' v ^ *"■'"'- "The historic; fe,^ C v?\ -^ AA 

'$i' :1 ii\ ; tlnued suppression Will prpVe inimiGai fo4he%urif^ ' -'♦>-;* '*- 

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If if the prologue of thft Day ; of Atohetneht servicies ill the synagogues ;^!i^ . : t ;^ 

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"KOL NIDRE '! 

The following timely and interesting information is contained in a publication entitled "Facts are Facts/' by 
Benjomin H. Freedman, 960 Park Ave., New York City, N. Y. "Facts are Facts" is a 62-page booklet (Price, 
"$1.06), i n wH r cKM rTTreedman questions a Dr. David Goldstein, LL.D., of Boston, Mass., concerning his con T 
version from the faith of a Jewish Rabbi to that of a Christian Cleric. Mi% Freed man, it app ears^ is puzzled by 
Dr. Goldstein's action, and seeks clarification of his motives. In fact,"WFrF reed man' is so" deeply r concur" HaJ 
over Dr. Goldstein's apparent conversion to Christianity, that he prints in bold type, on the face of the booklet, 
the following statement: 

"The historic facts revealed here for the first time provide incontestable evidence that their con- 
tinued suppression will prove inimical to the security of the nation, the peace of the world, the welfare 
of humanity, and the progress of civilization." 

Regardless of the religious sincerity of ex-Rabbi Goldstein, the following passage, contained on page 35 of 
"Facts are Facts" is of paramount educational interest to every loyal American citizen ©f Christian faith. "Kol 
Nidre" is an alien and Anti-Christian mental-conditioner of such an extreme nature as to be almost unbelievable. 
However, the accuracy of the translation of Kol Nidre, which follows, has been checked with the Florida State 
Library, Tallahassee, Fla., and the so-called 'prayer' or oath, as quoted herewith, is authentic: 

"FACTS ARE FACTS" — Page 35: 

"In Volume VII of the Jewish Encyclopedia on page 539, found in the Library of Congress, the 
New York Public Library and libraries of all leading cities, will be found the official (All Vows) prayer. 
It is the prologue of the Day of Atonement services in the synagogues. It is recited three times by the 
standing congregation in concert with chanting rabbis at the altar. After the recital of the "Kol Nidre. 
(All Vows) prayer, the Day of Atonement religious ceremonies follow immediately. The Day of Atone- 
ment religious observances are the highest holy days of So-called or self-styled "Jews" and are cele- 
brated as such throughout the world. The official translation into English of the "Kol Nidre (AM 
Vows) prayer follows: 

"KOL NIDRE" 

"AH vows, obligations, oaths, anathemas, whether called 'konam', 
'konas', or by any other name, which we may vow, or swear, or 
pledge, or whereby we may be bound, from this Day of Atonement 
unto the next, (whose happy coming we await), we do repent. May 
they be deemed absolved, forgiven, annuled, and void and made of 
no effect; they shall not bind us nor have power over us. The vowa 
shall not be reckoned vows; the obligations shall not be obligatory; 
nor the oaths be oaths." J T \ 

Page five-A (5-A) of the Alabama Journal, Montgomery, Ala., Friday, Oct. 4th, 1957, and page one (1) of 
the Pensacola Journal, of Feb. 22, 1957, confirm the fact that "The Kol Nidre Service" is still in effect among 
Jewish groups now living in the South. 

In the light of these admitted truths, what is now the status of Jewish individuals who annually take this 
religious vow? What is their true legal status in their local communities, in fraternal organizations, in lodges, 
in sworn secret-societies of combined memberships of Gentiles and Jews, in courts of law, in public office, or 
when registering to vote? Which oath is binding upon them; their religious "Kol Nidre" oath, or their civil 
oaths? 



Is "Kol Nidre" the deeply-hidden, but real explanation for the unreasonable, arbitrary, and capricious de- 
cisions handed down since Black Monday, May 1 7, 1 954, by Felix Frankfurter and his Jewish-dominated and • 
Rabbi-instructed Supreme Court of the United States of America? 

— r££§^3^JW~ r e!LJ5Ul£^ * he J" ea ns?^_ And if so, is not this the basic tentet of» ^ 

Communism? * ~ *"~ " — ~~—- - ^ ..~~— , - - _-~-, «-_„ x„_^-~~ - 



Single copies of this article may be obtained from ADULT EDUCATION PV^RUM, P v O Box 441. Wetumpka, Alabama, by 
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Informant learned from J B c STOKER that the aims and pur- 
pose of the derisive article against the Director and the 
Bureau is to secure a reaction from the Bureau in attempt- 
ing to have the NSRP retract the statements appearing in 
tjhis publication o 8TG8ER felt that this could be publicized 
&nd would be u^ed to advantage by the NSRP C 

ST01SR told the informant that the use of the 
words "pervert" and "queer" were used to imply that the 
Director and EBI Agents have homosexual tendencies^ while 
the words are ambiguous and subject to several interpreta- 
tions. STOKER told the informant that if difficulties 
arose in connection with their use it would be claimed 
that the wrong connotation was taken from them,, 



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who has been known over a period of years to the NYO as being 
extremely anti-Semitic and also on occasions in contact with UAR 
officials. A review has been made of captioned case file in order 
to properly evaluate the information furnished by the above source 
and it is felt that in view of FRIEDMAN 1 S past activities and his 
instability and eccentricity little significance can be attachetlo 
to the comments of FRIEDMAN as furnished by the source. We have 
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